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OWNED  PUBLISHED,  AND  COPYRIGHTED,  1982,  BY  THE  STATE  MEDICAL  SOCIETY  OF  WISCONSIN 


WISCONSIN 


MEDICAL  JOURNAL 


• Medicaid  audits — A re-start 
[editorial  — page  4] 


• MEB  new  policy — CME  requirements 
[news  you  can  use — page  112] 


JANUARY  1982 

* Membership  facts 
[page  12] 

• Membership  Directory  1981-82 
[page  13] 


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Melvin  F Huth  MD,  Baraboo 
Harold  H Scudamore  MD,  Monroe 
M C F Lindert  MD,  Milwaukee 
Wayne  J Boulanger  MD,  Milwaukee 
Dean  M Connors  MD,  Madison 
Garrett  A Cooper  MD,  Madison  Emeritus 


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Russell  F Lewis  MD,  Marshfield 
Raymond  A McCormick,  MD,  Green  Bay 
Victor  S Falk  MD,  Edgerton,  Medical  Editor 


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—Contents 

WISCONSIN  MEDICAL  JOURNAL,  VOL.  81  (No.  1)  January  1982 


SPECIAL  FEATURES 

4 Editorials:  Medicaid  audits— A re-start.  . .Double- 
jointed  pot  plan. . .Suing  students. . .When  “it’s  Miller 
time”  all  the  time. . .No  limit?. . .Partners. . .Fascinat- 
ing physiology:  cellulite 

10  Letters:  Partners,  by  Wisconsin-Nicaragua  Partners, 
Madison.  . .Medical  Genetics  Board,  by  Renata 
Laxova,  MD,  Madison 

13  Membership  Directory:  1981-82,  State  Medical  Society 
of  Wisconsin 

112  News  you  can  use:  Special— MEB  new  policy— CME 
requirements,  by  H B Maroney,  Madison 


ORGANIZATIONAL 

12  Membership  facts 

95  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin:  List  of  officers, 
directors,  delegates  and  alternate  delegates  to  the 
American  Medical  Association 

96  County  Medical  Society  officers 

98  Map  of  Wisconsin  showing  counties,  director  dis- 
tricts, and  directors 


DEPARTMENTS 

105  Medical  Yellow  Pages:  Physicians  exchange.  . . 
Medical  facilities.  . .Miscellaneous.  . .Real  estate.  . . 
Medical  meetings/CME  courses. . .Advertisers 


WISCONSIN  MEDICAL  JOURNAL  (ISSN  0043-6542)  is  the  official  pub- 
lication of  the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin,  devoted  to  the  in- 
terests of  the  medical  profession  and  health  care  in  Wisconsin.  Its  af- 
fairs are  handled  by  the  Editorial  Board,  subject  to  policy  direction  of  the 
Board.  The  Managing  Editor  is  responsible  for  the  production,  business 
operation,  and  coordination  of  contents  as  well  as  the  final  responsibility 
of  the  entire  publication.  The  Editorial  Director  is  responsible  for  Editorials. 
In  Editorials,  official  positions  of  the  Society  will  be  expressly  identified 
as  such;  all  others  are  views  of  the  writer  and  not  necessarily  those  of 
the  Society.  Neither  the  editors  nor  the  State  Medical  Society  will  accept 
responsibility  for  statements  made  or  opinions  expressed  in  the  pages  of 
the  Journal.  Indexed  in  “Index  Medicus,"  “Hospital  Literature  Index,"  and 
“Cambridge  Scientific  Abstracts."  Contents  page  included  in  “Current  Con- 
tents/Clinical Practice.” 


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Editorials 


WAYNE  J BOULANGER,  MD,  Editorial  Director 


Official  positions  of  the  Society  will  be  expressly  identified  as  such;  all  others  are  views  of  the  writer 
and  not  necessarily  those  of  the  Society. 


Medicaid  audits 

About  six  months  ago  the  State  Department  of 
Health  and  Social  Services  started  a series  of  25 
audits  each  among  physicians,  dentists,  and  phar- 
macists. Those  audited  were  selected  on  the  basis  of 
some  known  or  perceived  marked  variation  from 
usual  service  or  billing  practices. 

The  purpose  of  those  audits  was  fully  understood 
and  accepted  by  the  State  Medical  Society.  Audits 
under  such  circumstances  are  wise  and  in  the  public 
interest.  They  should  be  expected  by  the  profes- 
sions; indeed,  the  Department  would  be  viewed  as 
lax  if  it  ignored  warning  signs  of  potential  fraud  or 
abuse.  The  State  Medical  Society  supported  what 
looked  to  be  a responsible  effort  in  this  direction 
through  the  proposed  Medicaid  audits. 

Unfortunately,  the  first  series  of  audits  appeared 
to  start  from  the  premise  that  those  being  audited 
were  known  “crooks” — the  audit  was  a mere  for- 
mality to  prove  it.  The  Society  and  other  profes- 
sional organizations  made  allegations,  ultimately 
conceded  in  part  by  the  Department,  that  certain 
personal  and  business  rights  of  providers  and  re- 
cipients may  have  been  violated.  Corrections  were 
made. 

Since  then,  Society  President  Motzel  and  Sec- 
retary Thayer  arranged  a meeting  with  DHSS  Medi- 
caid Director  Preizler  and  the  contracted  auditor 
J L Trainor  of  JLT,  Inc.  It  was  agreed  that  a repe- 
tition of  such  confrontations  must  be  avoided.  It 
was  agreed  that  before  the  next  series  of  audits  is 
launched,  there  will  be  discussions  of  how  the  audits 
will  be  conducted,  the  atmosphere  of  the  audit, 
and  the  manner  and  means  by  which  information  of 
the  rights  of  all  parties  are  to  be  respected.  More- 
over, the  overall  results  of  the  audits  should  be  dis- 
closed without  needless  damage  to  individuals  or  to 
institutions. 

To  engage  in  such  preliminary  informational 
meetings  does  not  compromise  the  public  interest. 
Quite  the  contrary.  Properly  implemented  it  can 
build  rather  than  destroy  confidence  in  the  Depart- 
ment by  all  who  have  an  interest  in  assuring  quality 
care  and  cost-efficient  service  for  Title  19  recipients. 

The  Medicaid  operation,  in  the  words  of  the  ad- 
ministrator of  the  Division  of  Health  in  DHSS,  can 
“no  longer  afford  to  be  on  an  adversarial  track  with 
physicians.” 

The  next  Medicaid  audit  series  is  a good  place  for 
a re-start  of  that  philosophy.  — ERT 

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Double-jointed  pot  plan 

The  Legislature’s  questionable  practice  of  doing 
something  for  a legislator  because  he/she  has  only 
one  major  interest  in  a session  raises  some  serious 
questions  of  public  policy.  A case  in  point  is  Rep- 
resentative David  Clarenbach’s  bill  (AB  697)  to  set 
up  a totally  duplicative  program  to  provide  mari- 
juana in  capsule  or  cigarette  form  to  relieve  patients 
suffering  the  side-effects  of  glaucoma  or  radiologic 
or  chemotherapy  treatment. 

For  nearly  a year  Wisconsin  physicians  and  pa- 
tients have  had  precisely  the  same  program  available 
to  them  through  the  state’s  Controlled  Substances 
Board.  The  Board  is  composed  of  the  Attorney  Gen- 
eral, secretaries  of  the  Departments  of  Agriculture, 
Trade  and  Consumer  Protection  and  the  Depart- 
ment of  Health  and  Social  Services,  plus  a repre- 
sentative of  the  Pharmacy  Examining  Board,  a phar- 
macist, and  a physician. 

The  program  has  already  served  more  than  300 
cancer  patients  with  marijuana  in  THC  capsule 
form.  Sixty  physicians  and  1 1 hospitals  are  approved 
for  the  program.  Others  can  be  if  they  wish  to  meet 
the  simple  eligibility  requirements. 

So  far,  no  physician  has  requested  smokable  mari- 
juana for  a patient.  If  one  did  so,  the  Board  would 
obtain  federal  release  of  marijuana  in  that  form. 
Nothing  in  Clarenbach’s  bill  makes  it  easier  to  get 
smokable  marijuana;  only  the  feds  can  release  it  and 
only  upon  application  of  the  exact  type  used  by  the 
present  Controlled  Substances  Board. 

Representative  Clarenbach  and  supporters  of  his 
bill  unfortunately  appear  to  have  some  kind  of  per- 
sonal vendetta  going  with  the  members  of  the  Con- 
trolled Substances  Board.  No  other  explanation 
makes  sense.  The  State  Medical  Society  sees  a sec- 
ond program  as  totally  unnecessary. 

AB  697  is  either  disjointed  (lacking  coherence)  or 
double-jointed  (excessively  free).  Crudely  put,  why 
have  two  joints  when  one  will  do?  — ERT 


Suing  students 

A student  sued  a medical  school  because  she  was 
denied  readmission  to  that  school  following  a year  of 
psychiatric  treatment.  In  her  own  opinion  she  had 
gained  sufficient  emotional  stability  to  return  to 

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school.  A university  refused  to  readmit  her  so  she 
filed  suit  for  violation  of  the  Rehabilitation  Act. 

Another  medical  school  dismissed  some  students 
on  the  basis  of  their  academic  records,  class  stand- 
ings, and  two  failures  on  the  National  Board  exam- 
inations. The  former  students  contended  that  their 
dismissals  constituted  a violation  of  due  process. 
This  went  through  an  Appellate  Court  where  it  was 
found  that  the  lower  court  was  correct  in  finding 
for  the  medical  school. 

In  another  case  a 39-year-old  woman  who  did  not 
have  a good  undergraduate  grade-point  average,  and 
her  scores  on  the  NCAT  placed  her  in  the  bottom 
half  of  the  applicants,  was  denied  admission  to  two 
medical  schools  and  sued  on  the  basis  of  sexual 
discrimination.  This  case  also  went  through  two 
courts  before  being  dismissed. 

In  a reversed  situation  a medical  school  professor 
sued  four  of  his  black  students  because  they  had 
filed  a complaint  against  him.  This  also  went  to 
a state  Supreme  Court,  and  a judgment  was  entered 
for  the  students. 

It  is  true  we  live  in  a litigious  era,  but  can  you 
imagine  the  reactions  of  some  of  the  peppery 
medical  school  deans  we  knew  a generation  ago  if 
anyone  had  brought  suit  against  their  medical 
schools?  — VSF 


When  “it’s  Miller  time” 
all  the  time 

“I  am  A recovering  alcoholic.  I’m  not  proud  of  it. 
I’m  not  ashamed  of  it,  either.  That’s  what  I am.  I 
have  a progressive,  fatal  disease.  I brought  it  on  my- 
self. Now  it’s  part  of  my  life. . .forever.” 

With  those  words,  Dennis  Lick,  former  UW  foot- 
ball star  now  playing  pro  ball  with  the  Chicago 
Bears,  began  his  humble  but  eloquent  message  to  650 
teenagers  from  54  high  schools  attending  the  State 
Medical  Society’s  19th  annual  Work  Week  of  Health 
at  Platteville.  His  words  riveted  the  attention  of  his 
youthful  audience.  They  found  out  what  it’s  really 
like  when  “it’s  Miller  time”  all  the  time. 

The  numbers  associated  with  alcohol  costs  are 
staggering.  The  deaths  related  to  its  use  are  ter- 
rifying. When  you’ve  said  that,  you  have  not,  as  the 
song  goes,  said  it  all.  The  personal  suffering,  the 
family  tragedies,  the  enduring  pain  of  never-quite- 
achieved  cure  are  unimaginable.  And  all,  as  Dennis 
Lick  said,  so  unnecessary. 

Important  postscript:  Congratulations  to  the  Aux- 
iliary who,  with  the  State  Medical  Society,  has  had 
the  courage  and  good  sense  to  openly  address  this 
issue  with  Wisconsin’s  teenagers.  Moreover,  the  pro- 
gram was  a tribute  to  one  of  Wisconsin’s  medical 


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EDITORIALS  continued 


pioneers,  Wilson  Cunningham,  MD,  of  Platteville. 
His  life  inspired  bequests  to  the  CES  Foundation 
which  in  turn  made  possible  this  program  and  many 
others  like  it.  Give  that  man  a gold  medal.  — ERT 


No  limit? 

Is  there  NO  limit  to  the  number  of  groups,  super- 
imposed on  governmental  agencies  at  all  levels,  that 
seems  determined  to  erode  or  impinge  on  the  free- 
dom of  physicians? 

Hospital  boards  and  executive  directors  or  hos- 
pital administrators  have  come  up  with  a new  one. 
A proposed  change  in  bylaws  at  one  hospital  would 
give  the  administrator  virtually  unrestricted  power 
to  exclude  a qualified  professional  from  the  staff 
because  of  the  administrator’s  perception  that  the 
individual  lacks  the  elusive  and  really  undefinable 
characteristic  of  compatibility.  That  word  was  in- 
compatibility, not  impairment.  It  is  true  that  not  all 
physicians  have  sunny  dispositions,  and  some  of 
them  can  become  quite  abrasive  in  relationships  with 
their  colleagues.  But  for  a hospital  administrator  to 
prevent  staff  affiliation  of  a physician  because  of  the 
former’s  perception  that  the  physician  lacks  com- 
patibility is  of  doubtful  wisdom  or  legality. 

In  the  interests  of  its  professional  integrity  and 
independence,  no  medical  staff  should  tolerate  the 
centralization  of  this  kind  of  authority  in  any  hos- 
pital administrator.  — VSF 


Partners 

For  almost  twenty  years  Wisconsin  and  Nicaragua 
have  been  sister-states.  Wisconsin  has  been  active  in 
promoting  improvement  in  such  diverse  fields  as 
medicine,  education,  agriculture,  transportation, 
and  communication.  The  medical  aspect  has  been 
an  important  one  through  the  years.  Wisconsin  has 
contributed  generously,  especially  after  the  devastat- 
ing earthquake  in  Managua. 

A medical  survey  team  from  Wisconsin  has  met 
with  the  “moderates”  in  the  Nicaragua  Ministry  of 
Health.  This  was  to  determine  manpower  shortages 
in  particular  medical  specialties  where  needs  have 
reached  a crisis  and  to  recruit  physicians.  The  phy- 
sicians are  needed  to  provide  medical  and  surgical 
care,  to  lecture  in  the  medical  school,  and  to  conduct 
seminars  for  local  physicians. 

There  are  two  ways  Wisconsin  physicians  can 
help.  One  is  to  volunteer  for  two  or  three  weeks 
service  in  Nicaragua.  (I  have  done  this  three  times 
in  the  past  and  found  it  to  be  a rewarding  and  chal- 
lenging experience.)  The  other  is  to  sponsor  two 

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when 
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EDITORIALS  continued 


Nicaraguan  medical  students  in  your  office,  clinic, 
or  hospital  for  two  months.  The  students  will  be 
transported  to  Wisconsin,  but  meals  and  room  must 
be  provided.  It  is  necessary  that  there  be  two  stu- 
dents for  companionship  and  because  only  one  will 
be  fluent  in  English.  Nicaragua  is  overrun  with 
Cuban  technicians  and  teachers  and  medical  per- 
sonnel— all  spewing  party  propaganda.  Here  is  an 


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opportunity  to  introduce  some  good  Wisconsin 
medicine  and  political  sanity  into  a critical  area. 
Refer  to  the  Letters  section  in  this  issue  for  more 
Partners  information.  — VSF 


Fascinating  physiology: 
cellulite 

An  old  ad  for  a 5<t  cigar  proclaimed  that  “spit  is  a 
horrid  word,  but  it’s  worse  on  the  end  of  your  ci- 
gar.” But  now  we  have  “cellulite ’’-body  wastes  that 
accumulate  beneath  the  skin  in  concentrated  areas, 
such  as  thighs  and  buttocks. 

Just  how  this  selective  disposal  of  body  wastes 
comes  about  is  not  explained  by  the  advertising  from 
the  figure-contouring  and  facial  salons.  However, 
they  do  state  that  “cellulite  is  not  a weight  problem, 
it’s  a circulation  problem.”  Thus,  by  speeding  up 
circulation  in  those  areas  the  cellulite  is  flushed  out. 
If  you  have  problems  other  than  the  accumulated 
wastes  in  your  thighs  and  buttocks,  there  are  also 
facial  treatments  available.  A European  mask  is  used 
to  “draw  out  impurities  and  restore  elasticity  to  the 
skin  for  youthful  appearance.” 

So,  if  you  agree  that  “ripples  look  great  in  the 
ocean,  but  not  on  your  body,”  get  the  cellulite  out. 

— VSF« 


THE  ARMY  NEEDS  PHYSICIANS 

PART-TIME. 


The  Army  Reserve  offers  you  an  excellent  opportunity  to  serve  your  country 
as  a physician  and  a commissioned  officer  in  the  Army  Reserve  Medical  Corps.  Your  time 
commitment  is  flexible,  so  it  can  fit  into  your  busy  schedule.  You  will  work  on  medical 
projects  right  in  your  community.  In  return,  you  will  complement  your  career  by  working 
and  consulting  with  top  physicians  during  monthly  Reserve  meetings  and  medical 
conferences.  You  will  enjoy  the  benefits  of  officer  status,  including  a non-contributory 
retirement  annuity  when  you  retire  from  the  Army  Reserve,  as  well  as  funded  continu- 
ing medical  education  programs.  A small  investment  of  your  time  is  all  it  takes  to  make 
a valuable  medical  contribution  to  your  community  and  country.  For  more  informa- 
tion, simply  call  the  number  below. 

ARMY  RESERVE.  BE  ALL  YOU  CAN  BE. 

CAPTAIN  LARRY  J.  MATTHEWS 
COLLECT:  (312)926-2838 


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Our  children 
are  young.  If 
they're 

orphaned,  who 
will  manage 
our  assets? 


My  will  leaves 
everything  to 
my  wife.  Sne’s 
a good  money 
manager,  but 
what  if  she 
becomes  ill? 


I’ve  built 
substantial  net 
worth.  Is 
there  any  way 
I can 

reduce  or  avoid 
estate  taxes? 


Real  people,  real  problems.  Like  yours? 

If  you  need  help  in  solving  problems  like  these, 
call  on  the  First  Wisconsin  Trust  Professionals. 

One  of  them  is  located  close  to  you. 

They  can  provide  answers  to  assure  peace  of  mind  — 
now  and  in  the  future. 

Call  today  — you’ll  sleep  better  tonight. 


EAU  CLAIRE  — James  P.  Johannsen 
First  Wisconsin  National  Bank 
of  Eau  Claire 

131  South  Barstow  Street 
Eau  Claire  54701 
(715)  839-6441 

FOND  DU  LAC  — Timothy  J.  Beaton 
First  Wisconsin  National  Bank 
of  Fond  du  Lac 

55  South  Main  Street 
Fond  du  Lac  54935 
(414)  922-3200 


III 

FIRST  WISCONSIN 


GREEN  BAY  — Jeffrey  L.  Johnson 

First  Wisconsin  Bank 

of  Green  Bay 

425  Pine  Street 

Green  Bay  54305 

(414)  432-0321 

MADISON  — James  E.  Sugar 
First  Wisconsin  National 
Bank  of  Madison 

First  Wisconsin  Plaza 
Madison  53707 
(608)  252-4157 

MILWAUKEE  — Philip  A.  Hardacre 
First  Wisconsin  Trust  Company 

777  East  Wisconsin  Avenue 
Milwaukee  53202 
(414)  765-5080 

OSHKOSH  — Wilson  K.  Roane 
First  Wisconsin  National 
Bank  of  Oshkosh 
1 1 1 North  Main  Street 
Oshkosh  54903 
(414)  424-4276 


RHINELANDER  - Robert  A.  Schultz 
First  Wisconsin  Trust  Company 
(Trust  Services  Office) 

First  National  Bank  of  Rhinelander 

8 West  Davenport  Street 
Rhinelander  54501 
(715)  362-6900 

WAUSAU  - Robert  A.  Schultz 
First  Wisconsin  National  Bank 
of  Wausau 

400  Scott  Street 
Wausau  54401 
(715)  845-1125 

WISCONSIN  RAPIDS -Philip  L.  Dunmire 
First  Wisconsin  Trust  Company 
(Trust  Services  Office) 

First  National  Bank  of  Wisconsin  Rapids 

311  West  Grand  Avenue 
Wisconsin  Rapids  54494 
(715)  424-1788 


FWT-24  C-E-L 


Letters 

The  Editors  would  like  to  encourage  physicians  to  contribute  to  the  LETTERS  section  where  they  can  ventilate  their  frustrations  as 
well  as  opinions.  This  feature  is  intended  to  be  lively  and  spirited  as  well  as  informative  and  educational.  As  with  other  material 
which  is  submitted  for  publication,  all  letters  will  be  subject  to  the  usual  editing.  Address  correspondence  to:  The  Editor,  Wisconsin 
Medical  Journal,  Box  1 109,  Madison,  Wis  53701. 


Partners 

To  THE  Editor:  For  the  past  17  years  Nicaragua 
has  been  Wisconsin’s  Partner  state  through  the  Part- 
ners of  the  Americas  program.  The  Central  Ameri- 
can nation  is  still  recovering  from  the  revolution  of 
July  1979  and  the  need  for  medical  services  and 
supplies  and  equipment  has  become  desperate.  More 
than  half  of  the  practicing  physicians  have  fled  the 
country  for  economic  or  political  reasons. 

The  Wisconsin/Nicaragua  Partners,  a private, 
nonpolitical,  people-to-people  organization,  is  ask- 
ing for  help  in  two  ways:  (1)  sponsorship  of  young 
Nicaraguan  medical  students  [two  per  community, 
including  gratis  living  with  families  here]  for  a hos- 
pital/clinic/doctor’s office  training  experience  for 
two  or  three  months  [anytime  from  December  1981 
through  February  1982];  and  (2)  two  to  three  weeks 
of  voluntary  service  by  Wisconsin  physicians  in 


Acme  Laboratories,  Inc. 

ORTHOTIC  & PROSTHETIC 
SERVICES 

Certified  by  American  Board  of  Certification 
in  Orthotics  and  Prosthetics 


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(414)  259-1090 

Box  IOA 

Woodruff,  Wis.  54568 
(715)  356-5222 
Ext.  8872 


525  E.  Division  St. 
Fond  du  lac,  Wis.  54935 
(414)  923-6676 

Green  Bay  Orthopedic 
(Division  of  Acme 
laboratories,  Inc.) 
428  S.  Adams  St. 
Green  Bay,  Wis.  54301 
(414)  435-1461 


• Artificial  Limbs 

• Orthopedic  Appliances 

• Wheelchairs 

• Custom  Seating  Inserts 


Professional  Service  For  the  Handicapped 


Nicaragua  during  1982  [round  trip  travel  and  modest 
per  diem  provided].  Ability  to  speak  some  Spanish 
and  prior  experience  in  a Third  World  country 
preferred,  but  not  essential.  Please  contact  Partners, 
1856  Van  Hise  Hall,  1220  Linden  Dr,  Madison, 
Wis  53706,  or  call  608/263-3360  regarding  either 
program. 

Wisconsin-Nicaragua  Partners 

Madison,  Wisconsin 


Medical  Genetics  Board 

To  THE  Editor:  This  is  to  inform  you  that  the 
American  Board  of  Medical  Genetics,  Inc  was  incor- 
porated in  1980  at  the  request  of  the  American  So- 
ciety of  Human  Genetics  to  provide  accreditation  of 
training  programs  and  certification  of  individuals 
who  provide  Medical  Genetics  Services. 

Thus  the  first  examination  in  Medical  Genetics 
was  offered  and  written  by  eligible  candidates  at 
approximately  nine  centers  in  the  United  States,  on 
Dec  9,  1981. 

It  was  in  two  parts:  the  first  was  a general  exam- 
ination in  basic  genetics  taken  by  all  the  candidates; 
the  second  consisted  of  specialty  examinations  allow- 
ing certification  in  the  following  areas:  clinical 
genetics  (MDs,  DDSs,  etc),  PhD  medical  genetics 
(for  PhDs),  clinical  biochemical  genetics,  clinical 
cytogenetics,  genetic  counseling  (master’s  degrees 
in  genetics). 

Renata  Laxova,  MD 

UW-Madison  Clinical  Genetics  Center 
1500  Highland  Ave 
Madison,  Wisconsin  53706H 


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Phone:  414/344-1950 


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Wisconsin  Medicine 

Historical  Perspectives 

Edited  by  Ronald  L.  Numbers  and  Judith  Walzer  Leavitt 

The  march  of  medicine  through  Wisconsin  is  a fascinating  story,  full 
of  triumphs  and  failures,  heroes  and  quacks,  and  — overriding  all  — 
stuttering  steps  toward  a modern  system  of  health  care  that  has 
witnessed  the  doubling  of  life  expectancies  among  Wisconsin  citizens. 
This  is  the  story  of  medicine  in  Wisconsin,  told  by  professional 
historians,  each  speaking  from  his  or  her  area  of  specialty. 

Wisconsin  Medicine , a handsome  volume  rich  with  illustrations, 
will  find  a welcome  place  in  the  libraries  of  physicians  and  other 
health  care  practitioners,  who  will  find  in  these  pages  a fascinating 
account  of  the  history  of  their  chosen  professions. 

224  pages,  37  illus.  1981.  Clothbound  $18.50. 

Order  from  your  bookstore,  or  directly  from 

The  University  of  Wisconsin  Press 

114  North  Murray  Street,  Madison.  Wisconsin  53715 

(Wisconsin  residents  add  74C  sales  tax) 


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YOUR  MEDICAL  PRACTICE 
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Is  it  possible  to  spend  more  time  with  your 
family  and  still  get  the  professional 
satisfaction  from  your  medical  practice?  It 
is  if  you  are  a member  of  the  Air  Force 
health  care  team.  Being  an  Air  Force 
“ physician  lets  you  strike  a balance 
between  your  professional  life  and  your 
family  life.  Our  group  practice  concept 
makes  it  all  possible. 


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MEMBERSHIP  FACTS 

Are  you  a member  of  the  State  Medical  Society  of 
Wisconsin,  or  do  you  know  someone  who  isn’t? 
Whether  you’re  just  starting  medical  school,  main- 
tain a full-time  practice,  or  are  retired,  SMS  has  a 
membership  classification  to  fit  your  individual 
needs.  Furthermore,  in  light  of  a recent  change  in 
membership  policy,  physicians  may  join  their 
county  and  state  societies  and  the  AMA  or  just 
their  county  and  state  societies;  however,  AMA 
membership  is  encouraged.  Dues  for  regular  mem- 
bership are  $410  for  SMS,  $285  for  AMA,  and 
county  society  dues  vary.  A more  detailed  listing 
of  SMS  membership  classifications  and  their  cor- 
responding dues  follows: 

State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin 
DESCRIPTION  OF  DUES 
CLASSIFICATION  CODES 

Regular:  Member  in  active  practice.  Some  are  regu- 
lar members  that  have  reduced  SMS  and/or  AMA 
dues  because  they  are  new  practitioners  (first  year 
or  two  out  of  residency). 

Resident:  Physician  who  at  January  1 of  dues  year 
is  in  an  approved  training  program  as  a hospital  resi- 
dent or  research  fellow  who  is  licensed  to  practice 
medicine  and  surgery  in  Wisconsin. 

Military  Service:  Members  who  are  serving  in  the 
U.S.  armed  forces  (generally  not  to  exceed  five 
years). 

Associate:  Member  whose  dues  are  waived  because 
of  illness  or  financial  hardship.  This  classification  is 
temporary  and  is  reviewed  on  an  annual  basis. 

Life:  Member  who  has  held  membership  in  a state 
medical  society  for  50  years  or  is  a Past  President  of 
the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin. 

Honorary:  Member  who  was  named  by  the  Board  of 
Directors  in  recognition  of  long  and  distinguished 
service  to  the  cause  of  medicine. 


Retired:  Member  who  has  completely  retired  from 
practice  (works  less  than  240  hours  per  year).  All 
dues  are  waived  unless  county  society  indicates  they 
wish  to  charge  county  dues. 

Part-time  Practice:  Physician,  regardless  of  age,  who 
practices  1 ,000  hours  or  less  during  the  calendar  year 
but  does  not  qualify  for  retired  membership. 

Over  Age  70:  Member  in  active  practice  who  is  over 
70  years  of  age. 

Candidate:  Member  attending  a medical  school  in 
Wisconsin  or  fulfilling  a postgraduate  obligation 
prior  to  eligibility  for  licensure. 

Scientific  Fellow:  Member  who  is  engaged  in  teach- 
ing one  or  more  of  the  basic  sciences  at  an  accredited 
college  or  university,  and  not  holding  the  degree  of 
Doctor  of  Medicine  or  Osteopathy. 

Emeritus:  Retired  members  who  have  chosen  not  to 
renew  their  license. 

1982  DUES  AMOUNTS  FOR  THESE 
CLASSIFICATIONS 


SMS 

AMA 

COUNTY 

Regular 

$410 

$285 

Normal  County  Dues 

Resident 

41 

35 

Varies 

Military  Service 

-0- 

285  or  35 

-0- 

Associate 

-0- 

-0- 

-0- 

Life 

-0- 

-0- 

-0- 

Honorary 

-0- 

-0- 

-0- 

Retired 

-0- 

-0-* 

-0- 

Part-time  Practice 

205 

285  * 

Normal  County  Dues 

Over  Age  70 

205 

-0-  * 

Normal  County  Dues 

Scientific  Fellow 

-0- 

-0- 

Emeritus 
Candidate — 

-0- 

-0- 

Freshman  Year 
Medical  Student 

-0- 

15 

Varies 

Sophomore  and 
Succeeding  Medical 
Student  Years 

10 

15 

Varies 

Postgraduate— One 

10 

35 

Varies 

•Due  to  recent  policy  changes  by  the  AMA,  future  exemptions  from  AMA  dues  will  be  given  to  those  physicians  who  are  over  70  years  of  age  and  are 
retired  from  practice  or  practice  1000  hours  or  less  a year. 


Membership  Department  note:  Physicians  listed  in  this  directory  are  members  of  their 
County  Medical  Society  and  the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin  in  good  standing  as  of 
December  31,  1981.  To  the  many  who  have  paid  1982  dues — thank  you!  Some  members  are 
dues  exempt  thus  owing  no  County  or  State  Society  dues.  Members  still  owing  some  or  all 
of  1982  dues  are  encouraged  to  retain  their  membership  by  paying  the  amount  due  as  soon  as 
possible.  Remember,  the  Bylaws  provide  that  any  member  who  has  not  paid  dues  in  full  by 
May  15  must  be  removed  from  the  membership  rolls.  This  also  carries  with  it  forfeiture  of  all 
membership  benefits.  Your  continued  support  is  needed  and  encouraged. 


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STATE  MEDICAL  SOCIETY  OF  WISCONSIN 


1981-1982 

Membership  Directory 


as  of  December  31, 1981 


Listed  by  county  medical  society  in  alphabetical  order. 

This  directory  includes  member’s  name,  address,  telephone  number, 
and  primary  and  secondary  specialties.  Every  effort  was  made  to 
provide  accurate  listing.  Members  received  a postcard  for  return  to 
the  Journal  office  for  verification  of  information  provided  by  the 
Membership  Department.  Telephone  numbers  are  included  when 
provided  by  members. 

In  the  event  of  inaccuracies  members  are  asked  to  contact  the 
Journal  office  for  followup  correction. 


COPYRIGHT  1982 

State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin 
Box  1109,  Madison,  Wisconsin  53701 


2 


Key  to  CITIES  in  COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETIES 


City  County  Medical  Society  / ies 

Adams — Adams 

Adell — Sheboygan 

Algoma — Door/Kewaunee 

Alma— Trempealeau/ Jackson/Buffalo 

Altoona — Eau  Claire/Dunn/Pepin 

Amery — Polk 

Antigo — Langlade 

Appleton — Outagamie,  Winnebago 

Arcadia— Trempealeau/ Jackson/Buffalo 

Arkansaw — Pierce/St  Croix 

Ashland— Ashland/Bayfield/Iron 

Baldwin — Pierce/St  Croix 
Baraboo — Sauk 

Barron— Barron/Washburn/Burnett 
Bayside — Milwaukee 
Beaver  Dam — Dodge,  Jefferson 
Belgium — Milwaukee,  Ozaukee 
Belleville — Dane 
Beloit — Rock 

Berlin — Green  Lake/Waushara 
Black  Earth — Dane 

Black  River  Falls — Trempealeau/ Jackson/ 
Buffalo 

Blair— Trempealeau/ Jackson/Buffalo 

Bloomer — Chippewa 

Bonduel — Shawano 

Boscobel — Grant 

Brillion — Calumet 

Brookfield — Milwaukee,  Waukesha 

Brooklyn — Green,  Dane 

Brownsville— Fond  du  Lac 

Bruce — Rusk 

Burlington — Kenosha,  Milwaukee,  Racine 
Butte  Des  Morts — Winnebago 

Cadott — Chippewa 

Caledonia— Racine 

Cambridge — Jefferson 

Campbellsport — Fond  du  Lac 

Casco — Door/Kewaunee 

Cassville — Grant 

Cedarburg — Ozaukee 

Cedar  Grove — Jefferson 

Chetek — Barron/Washburn/Burnett 

Chilton — Calumet 

Chippewa  Falls — Chippewa,  Eau  Claire/ 
Dunn/Pepin 
Clam  Lake— Dane 
Clear  Lake — Polk 
Clintonville — Waupaca 
Colby— Clark 

Columbus — Columbia/Marquette/ Adams, 
Dodge,  Jefferson 
Cornell— Chippewa 
Crandon — Forest 
Crivitz — Marinette/Florence 
Cross  Plains— Dane 
Cuba  City — Grant 
Cudahy — Milwaukee 
Cumberland — Barron/Washburn/Burnett 

DeForest— Dane 

Delafield — Milwaukee,  Waukesha 
Delavan — Walworth 
Denmark — Brown 
DePere — Brown,  Oconto 
Dodgeville — Iowa 


City  County  Medical  Society  / ies 

Dousman — Waukesha 
Durand — Eau  Claire/Dunn/Pepin, 
Trempealeau/Buffalo/ Jackson 

Eagle— Waukesha,  Milwaukee 
Eagle  River— Oneida/Vilas 
East  Ellsworth — Pierce/St  Croix 
East  Troy — Walworth,  Milwaukee 
Eau  Claire — Eau  Claire/Dunn/Pepin, 
Chippewa 
Edgerton— Rock 
Elcho — Langlade 

Eleva— Trempealeau/Buffalo/ Jackson, 
Eau  Claire/Dunn/Pepin 
Elkhart  Lake — Sheboygan 
Elkhorn — Walworth 
Ellsworth — Pierce/St  Croix 
Elm  Grove— Milwaukee,  Waukesha 
Elmwood— Pierce/St  Croix 
Elroy — Juneau 
Evansville — Rock 

Fall  Creek — Eau  Claire/Dunn/Pepin 
Fennimore — Grant 
Fond  du  Lac — Fond  du  Lac 
Fontana — Walworth 
Fort  Atkinson — Jefferson 
Fox  Point — Milwaukee 
Franklin — Milwaukee 
Franksville — Racine,  Sauk 
Frederic — Polk 

Friendship— Columbia/Marquette/ Adams 

Galesville — Trempealeau/ Jackson/Buffalo 

Germantown — Waukesha 

Gillett — Oconto 

Glendale — Milwaukee 

Glenfield — Milwaukee 

Glenwood  City — Pierce/St  Croix 

Grafton — Ozaukee,  Milwaukee 

Grantsburg— Burnett 

Green  Bay — Brown 

Greendale — Milwaukee 

Greenfield— Marathon,  Milwaukee 

Green  Lake — Green  Lake,  Winnebago 

Greenwood — Clark 

Greshem — Shawano 

Hales  Corners — Kenosha,  Milwaukee 
Hartford — Washington 
Hartland — Milwaukee,  Waukesha 
Hayward — Sawyer 
Hazel  Green — Grant 
Hewitt — Wood 
Hilbert — Calumet 
Hillsboro — Vernon 
Hollandale — Iowa 
Horicon — Dodge 
Hortonville— Outagamie 
Hubertus — Washington,  Milwaukee, 
Waukesha 

Hudson — Pierce/St  Croix 
Hurley — Ashland/Bayfield/Iron 

Iola — Waupaca 


City  County  Medical  Society  / ies 

Jackson — Washington 
Janesville — Rock 
Jefferson— Jefferson 
Juneau — Dodge 

Kaukauna — Outagamie 
Kenosha— Kenosha,  Racine 
Kewaskum— Washington 
Kewaunee — Door/Kewaunee 
Kiel — Sheboygan 
Kimberly — Outagamie 
King — Waupaca 
Kohler — Sheboygan 

La  Crosse — La  Crosse 

Ladysmith — Rusk 

Lake  Geneva— Walworth 

Lake  Mills — Jefferson 

Lake  Tomahawk — Oneida/Vilas 

Lancaster — Grant 

Land  O’Lakes— Oneida/Vilas 

Laona — Forest 

Little  Chute— Outagamie 

Lodi — Columbia/Marquette/ Adams 

Loyal— Clark 

Luxemburg — Door/Kewaunee/Brown 

Madison — Dane 
Manawa— Waupaca 
Manitowoc — Manitowoc 
Marathon — Marathon 
Markesan— Dodge 
Marinette — Marinette/Florence 
Marshfield — Wood 
Mauston— Juneau 
Mayville — Dodge,  Milwaukee 
Mazomanie— Dane 
Medford— Price/Taylor 
Menasha— Outagamie,  Winnebago 
Menomonee  Falls — Washington,  Waukesha 
Milwaukee 

Menomonie — Eau  Claire/Dunn/Pepin 
Mequon — Milwaukee,  Ozaukee 
Merrill — Lincoln 
Middleton — Dane 
Milton — Rock,  Vernon 
Milwaukee — Milwaukee,  Ozaukee, 
Washington,  Waukesha 
Mineral  Point — Iowa 
Minocqua — Oneida/Vilas 
Mishicot — Manitowoc 
Mondovi— Trempealeau/ Jackson/Buffalo 
Monona — Dane 
Monroe — Green 
Montfort — Iowa 
Monticello — Green 

Montello — Columbia/Marquette/ Adams 
Mosinee — Marathon 
Mt  Calvary — Fond  du  Lac 
Mt  Horeb — Dane 

Mukwonago — Milwaukee,  Waukesha 
Muscoda — Grant 

Nashotah— Waukesha,  Milwaukee 
Neenah— Outagamie,  Winnebago 
Neillsville — Clark 
Nekoosa — Wood 


3 


City  County  Medical  Society  / ies 

New  Berlin — Waukesha,  Milwaukee 

New  Glarus — Green 

New  Holstein — Calumet 

New  Lisbon — Juneau 

New  London — Waupaca 

New  Richmond — Pierce/St  Croix 

Oconomowoc — Milwaukee,  Waukesha 
Oconto — Marinette/Florence,  Oconto 
Oconto  Falls — Oconto 
Omro — Winnebago 
Onalaska — Dodge,  LaCrosse 
Oneida — Outagamie,  Brown 
Osseo — Trempealeau/ Jackson/Buffalo, 
Eau  Claire/Dunn/Pepin 
Oostburg — Sheboygan,  Milwaukee 
Oregon— Dane 
Orfordville — Rock 
Osceola — Polk 
Oshkosh — Winnebago 
Owen — Clark 

Oxford — Columbia/Marquette/ Adams 

Park  Falls — Price/Taylor 

Peshtigo — Marinette/Florence 

Pewaukee — Waukesha,  Milwaukee 

Phelps — Oneida/Vilas 

Phillips — Price/Taylor 

Plain — Sauk 

Platteville — Grant 

Plum  City — Pierce/St  Croix 

Plymouth — Sheboygan 

Portage — Columbia/Marquette/  Adams 

Port  Washington — Ozaukee 

Poynette — Dane 

Prairie  du  Chien — Crawford 

Prairie  du  Sac — Sauk 

Prescott— Pierce/St  Croix 

Pulaski — Brown 

Racine — Racine,  Kenosha,  Milwaukee 
Random  Lake— Sheboygan 


City  County  Medical  Society  / ies 

Redgranite — Green  Lake/Waushara 

Reedsburg— Sauk 

Rhinelander — Oneida/Vilas 

Rice  Lake— Barron/Washburn/Burnett 

Rich  field— Washington 

Richland  Center — Richland 

Ripon — Fond  du  Lac,  Winnebago 

River  Falls — Pierce/St  Croix 

River  Hills— Milwaukee 

Rosholt — Portage 

Rothschild — Marathon 

St  Croix  Falls — Polk 

Shawano — Shawano 

Sheboygan — Sheboygan 

Sheboygan  Falls — Sheboygan 

Shell  Lake — Barron/Washburn/Burnett 

Shorewood — Milwaukee 

South  Milwaukee — Milwaukee 

Sparta — Monroe 

Spooner — Barron/Washburn/Burnett 
Spring  Green — Sauk 
Spring  Valley — Pierce/St  Croix 
Stanley — Chippewa 
Stetsonville — Price/Taylor 
Stevens  Point — Portage 
Stockbridge — Calumet 
Stoughton — Jefferson,  Dane 
Sturgeon  Bay — Door/Kewaunee 
Sun  Prairie — Dane,  Dodge 
Superior — Douglas 
Sussex— Washington 

Theresa — Dodge 

Thiensville — Ozaukee,  Milwaukee 
Tomahawk — Lincoln 
Three  Lakes — Oneida/Vilas,  Milwaukee 
Tomah — Monroe 
Two  Rivers — Manitowoc 
Turtle  Lake— Barron/Washburn/Burnett, 
Polk 


City  County  Medical  Society  / ies 

Union  Grove— Racine 

Valders — Manitowoc 
Verona— Dane 
Viroqua — Vernon 

Walworth— Walworth 
Washburn — Ashland/Bayfield/lron 
Waterford— Racine,  Milwaukee 
Waterloo — Jefferson 
Watertown — Jefferson 
Waukesha — Waukesha,  Milwaukee 
Waupaca — Waupaca 
Waupun — Dodge,  Fond  du  Lac 
Wausau — Marathon 
Wausaukee — Marinette/Florence 
Wautoma — Winnebago 
Wauwatosa — Milwaukee,  Waukesha, 
Ozaukee 

West  Allis — Milwaukee 
West  Bend — Washington 
Westby — Vernon 
Westfield — Green  Lake 
West  Salem — La  Crosse 
Weyauwega— Waupaca 
Whitefish  Bay — Milwaukee 
Whitehall — Trempealeau/ Jackson/Buffalo 
Whitewater — Walworth,  Jefferson 
Wild  Rose— Green  Lake 
Wind  Lake — Kenosha,  Milwaukee,  Racine 
Winneconne — Winnebago 
Wisconsin  Dells — Columbia/Marquette/ 
Adams,  Juneau,  Sauk 
Wisconsin  Rapids — Wood 
Withee — Clark 
Wonewoc — Juneau 
Wood — Milwaukee,  Waukesha 
Woodruff— Marathon,  Oneida/Vilas 


Although  typesetting  for  this  Membership  Directory  took  place  in 
early  December,  the  Wisconsin  Medical  Journal  staff,  in  coopera- 
tion with  the  Membership  Department,  continued  to  make  changes 
through  December  31,  thus  providing  the  most  current  listing  pos- 
sible. Should  there  be  inaccuracies  or  changes  that  should  be  in- 
cluded in  a followup  report,  please  notify  the  WMJ  immediately. 
A form  for  such  notification  appears  on  the  reverse  side  of  this 
page. 


4 


Key  to  SPECIALTY  CODES 

(Shown  directly  above  name,  with  primary  specialty  first,  followed  by  secondary  specialties) 

Primary  and  secondary  specialties  in  this  directory  have  been  reported  to  the  Society  by  each  individual  physician  listed.  This  information  has  not  been 
verified  with  any  other  source.  It  is  intended  only  for  use  in  this  directory  and  does  not  indicate  specialty  board  certification  or  eligibility,  nor  is  it  to  be 
used  for  changing  or  updating  other  records. 


ADL 

Adolescent  Medicine 

ND 

Neoplastic  Diseases 

CHP 

Psychiatry,  Child 

ADM 

Administrative  Medicine 

NEP 

Nephrology 

PYA 

Psychoanalysis 

AI 

Allergy  and  Immunology 

N 

Neurology 

PYM 

Psychosomatic  Medicine 

AM 

Aerospace  Medicine 

NPM 

Neonatal-Perinatal  Medicine 

PH 

Public  Health 

A 

Allergy 

CHN 

Neurology,  Child 

PUD 

Pulmonary  Diseases 

AN 

Anesthesiology 

NA 

Neuropathology 

R 

Radiology 

BE 

Broncho-Esophagology 

NM 

Nuclear  Medicine 

DR 

Radiology,  Diagnostic 

BLB 

Bloodbanking 

NR 

Nuclear  Radiology 

PDR 

Radiology,  Pediatric 

C 

Cardiology 

NTR 

Nutrition 

TR 

Radiology,  Therapeutic 

CD 

Cardiovascular  Diseases 

OBS 

Obstetrics 

RHU 

Rheumatology 

CT 

Computerized  Tomography 

OBG 

Obstetrics  and  Gynecology 

RHI 

Rhinology 

D 

Dermatology 

OM 

Occupational  Medicine 

RIP 

Radioisotopic  Pathology 

DMP 

Dermatopathology 

ON 

Oncology 

ABS 

Surgery,  Abdominal 

DIA 

Diabetes 

RON 

Oncology,  Radiation 

CDS 

Surgery,  Cardiovascular 

EEG 

Electroencephalography 

CLON 

Oncology,  Clinical 

CRS 

Surgery,  Colon  and  Rectal 

EM 

Emergency  Medicine 

ONS 

Oncology,  Surgical 

GS 

Surgery,  General 

END 

Endocrinology 

OPH 

Ophthalmology 

HS 

Surgery,  Hand 

FP 

Family  Practice 

OT 

Otology 

HNS 

Surgery,  Head  and  Neck 

GE 

Gastroenterology 

OTO 

Otorhinolaryngology 

NS 

Surgery,  Neurological 

GP 

General  Practice 

OTOHN 

Otolaryngology,  Head  and  Neck 

ORS 

Surgery,  Orthopedic 

GPM 

General  Preventive  Medicine 

PTH 

Pathology 

PDS 

Surgery,  Pediatric 

GEN 

Genetics 

ATCLP 

Pathology,  Anatomic  and  Clinical 

PS 

Surgery,  Plastic 

GER 

Geriatrics 

CLP 

Pathology,  Clinical 

TS 

Surgery,  Thoracic 

GYN 

Gynecology 

FOP 

Pathology,  Forensic 

TRS 

Surgery,  Traumatic 

HEM 

Hematology 

PD 

Pediatrics 

U 

Surgery,  Urological 

HBM 

Hyperbaric  Medicine 

PDA 

Pediatrics,  Allergy 

VS 

Surgery,  Vascular 

HYP 

Hypnosis 

PDC 

Pediatrics,  Cardiology 

PVS 

Surgery,  Peripheral  Vascular 

IG 

Immunology 

PDE 

Pediatric  Endocrinology 

CLIG 

Immunology,  Clinical 

PHO 

Pediatric  Hematology-Oncology 

ID 

Infectious  Diseases 

PNP 

Pediatric  Nephrology 

OS 

Other;  ie,  physician  designated 

INF 

Infertility 

PHA 

Pharmacology 

a specialty  other  than  those 

1NSM 

Insurance  Medicine 

PA 

Pharmacology,  Clinical 

appearing  here 

IM 

Internal  Medicine 

PM 

Physical  Medicine  and 

US 

Unspecified 

LAR 

Laryngology 

Rehabilitation 

RET 

Retired 

LM 

Legal  Medicine 

PHY 

Physiology 

MFS 

Maxillofacial  Surgery 

P 

Psychiatry 

To:  Wisconsin  Medical  Journal,  Box  1109,  Madison,  Wisconsin  53701 
Please  correct  my  listing  in  the  1981-82  Membership  Directory  as  follows: 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY  

SPECIALTIES I I 

(PRIMARY)  (SECONDARY) 

NAME 

ADDRESS  

CITY STATE ZIP  _ 

PHONE ( ) 

SIGNED DATE 


ASHLAND/ BAYFIELD/ IRON  — BARRON /WASHBURN /BURNETT 


5 


ASHLAND 

BAYFIELD 

IRON 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP  U 

Bargholtz,  William  E 

522  W 2nd  St 
Ashland  WI  54806 

AN 

Blum,  Carol  A 

2101  Beaser  Ave 
Ashland  WI  54806 

GS 

Brown,  Garfield  W 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  # 5 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)  682-6696 

IM  ON 
Cadwell,  Frank  J 

2101  Beaser  Ave 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-6651 

ORS 

Chambers,  James  D 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  #6 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-8183 

FP 

Christensen,  Donnan  L 

320  Superior  Ave 
Washburn  WI  54891 

OPH 

Doty,  John  W 

1001  2nd  St  W 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)  682-4515 

R 

Fischer,  Markham  J 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  #4 
Ashland  WI  54806 

OTO  HNS 
Hamp,  James  A 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  tt\ 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-9311 

GP 

Jauquet,  Joseph  M 

200  7th  Ave  W 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-4545 

FP 

Koeller,  Arlyn  A 

206  6th  Ave  W 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-6622 

GP  GS 
Kreher,  John  E 

206  6th  Ave  W 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-6622 


U 

Krutsch,  Kenneth  N 

Rt  2,  POB  344 
Washburn  WI  54891 
(715)  682-5506 

U 

Kurten,  Timothy 

Rt  3 POB  36 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-6584 

GP  GS 
Larson,  Harry  H 

320  Superior  Ave 
Washburn  WI  54891 
(715)  373-2216 

DR  R 

Lind,  Robert  G 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  #4 
Ashland  WI  54806 

AN 

Longstreth,  Charles  R 
Rt  1 POB  163J 
Ashland  WI  54806 

GP  PUD 
Martinetti,  Dominic  J 

327  Silver  St 
Hurley  WI  54534 
(715)  561-2960 

FP 

McCue,  John  P 

206  6th  Ave  W 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-4029 

FP 

Meece,  Terrence 
610  14th  Ave  W 
Ashland  WI  54806 

P 

Mercer,  Wayne  C 
Superior  Ave,  POB  575 
Washburn  WI  54891 
(715)373-2295 

OPH 

Morrow,  Kenneth  A 

Rt  1 Box  61 A 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-4515 

ORS 

Olsen,  Clark  O 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  #6 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-8183 

FP 

Oujiri,  John  C 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  HI 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-2358 

PTH  CLP 
Parker,  Eugenia  H 

1615  Maple  Lane 
Ashland  WI  54806 


R 

Peterson,  John  O 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  #4 
Ashland  WI  54806 

FP 

Saarinen,  David  M 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  tfi. 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-2358 

OBG 

Sandin,  Howard  N 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  ft 9 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-5277 

OPH 

Sneed,  Robert  J 

POB  233 

Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-4515 

PD 

Snowden,  Thomas 
Rt  1 

Washburn  WI  54891 
IM 

Soucheray,  Philip  H 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  #3 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-5511 

GP 

Stanley,  Robert  A 

200  7th  Ave  W 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)  682-4545 

GP 

Telford,  John  G 

320  Superior  Ave 
Washburn  WI  54891 
(715)373-2216 

GS  VS 
Teoh, Ivan 
2101  Beaser  Ave 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-9081 

FP 

Van  Pernis,  Paul 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  #2 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-2358 

OBG 

Vernier,  Edward  M 

2101  Beaser  Ave,  tt 9 
Ashland  WI  54806 
(715)682-5277 


BARRON 

WASHBURN 

BURNETT 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP 

Bannister,  Frederick  M 

220  Douglas  St 
Chetek  WI  54728 

GS  GP 

Choudhuri,  Bishnu  P 

707  Ash  St 
Spooner  WI  54801 
(715)635-2151 

GP 

Cotts,  Lloyd  R 
1020  Lakeshore  Dr 
Rice  Lake  WI  54868 
(715)234-9031 

FP 

Cragg,  Michael  M 

1020  Lakeshore  Dr 
Rice  Lake  WI  54868 
(715)  234-9031 

FP 

Damroth,  Michael  S 

Rt  3 

Chetek  WI  54728 
IM 

Eastwold  III,  Conrad 

1020  Lakeshore  Dr 
Rice  Lake  WI  54868 
(715)234-9031 

GP 

Eidsmoe,  Noland  A 

810  S Main  St 
Rice  Lake  WI  54868 
(715)234-2611 

U 

Eschenbaum,  Edward  G 

1035  N Main  St 
Rice  Lake  WI  54868 
(715)  234-6874 

FP 

Flogstad,  Duane  L 

Shell  Lake  WI  54871 
(715)468-2711 

GS 

Fogarty,  James  P 
Rt  2 Box  304-C 
Chetek  WI  54728 

FP 

Goetsch,  Frederick  H 

707  Ash  St 
Spooner  WI  54801 
(715)635-2151 

GP 

Halberg,  Avery  C 
Turtle  Lake  WI  54889 
(715)986-2240 


FP  GS 

Hartzell,  Richard  L 

POB  345 

Grantsburg  WI  54840 
(715)463-5317 

GP 

Hay,  Alan  J 

205  Sheridan  Circle 
Charleston  WV  25314 

ORS  GS 
Healy,  Patrick  M 

1035  N Main  St 
Rice  Lake  WI  54868 
(715)234-9018 

GP 

Henningsen,  John  T 

1020  Lakeshore  Dr 
Rice  Lake  WI  54868 
(715)  234-9031 

FP  GS 
Hoyer,  John  K 

1020  Lake  St 

Rice  Lake  WI  54868 

(715)234-9031 

GS 

Koob,  Lynn  D 

1020  Lakeshore  Dr 
Rice  Lake  WI  54868 
(715)234-9031 

GP 

Kristensen,  Lowell  A 
1020  Lakeshore  Dr 
Rice  Lake  WI  54868 
(715)  234-9031 

FP 

Lingen,  Thomas  A 
POB  127 

Cumberland  WI  54829 
(715)  822-2231 

GP 

Lund,  Robert  E 

POB  127 

Cumberland  WI  54829 
(715)822-2231 

FP 

Macy,  Roger  F 
POB  127 

Cumberland  WI  54829 
(715)  822-2231 

GP 

Maser,  James  F 
1020  Lakeshore  Dr 
Rice  Lake  WI  54868 
(715)234-9031 

GS  ORS 
Matson,  Kenneth  L 

10738  Santa  Fe  Dr 
Sun  City  AZ  85351 
(602)  977-3568 


All  members  are  MDs  (except  some  candidate  members)  unless  otherwise  indicated. 


6 


BARRON/WASHBURN/ BURNETT— BROWN 


GP  PD 

Matzke,  Rudolph  W 

707  Ash  St 
Spooner  WI  54801 
(715)  635-2151 

P CLP 
Melin,  Bruce  D 

1 100  N Main  St 
Rice  Lake  Wl  54868 
(715)234-1515 

FP 

Narins,  Voldemars 

1020  Lakeshore  Dr 
Rice  Lake  WI  54868 
(715)234-9031 

FP 

Nymo,  Mark  T 

1020  Lakeshore  Dr 
Rice  Lake  Wl  54868 
(715)234-9031 

GP 

Olson,  Lester  J 

624  Smith  St 
Spooner  Wl  54801 
(715)635-2432 

R 

Pelant,  Thomas  M 

Rt  2 Box  52-2 
Rice  Lake  Wl  54868 

GS 

Quenan,  James  P 

209  4th  Ave  W 
Shell  Lake  Wl  54871 
(715)468-2711 

P 

Rathbun,  John  M 

POB  235 

Cumberland  Wl  54829 
FP 

Rholl,  Mark  A 

435  S 5th  St 
Barron  WI  54812 

P FP 

Riemer,  Donald  E 

POB  127 

Cumberland  Wl  54829 
GS 

Schipitsch,  Douglas  A 

1475  Webb  St 
Cumberland  WI  54829 
(715)  822-2231 

GP 

Strang,  Clive  J 
1220  E Woodland  Ave 
Barron  WI  54812 
(715)  537-3166 

FP 

Thalacker,  Howard  A 

220  Douglas  St 
Chetek  WI  54728 


FP 

Thatcher,  Gregory  B 
209  4th  Ave  W 
Shell  Lake  WI  54871 
(715)468-2711 

GP 

Thompson,  Lester  A 

1020  Lakeshore  Dr 
Rice  Lake  WI  54868 
(715)234-9031 

GP  AM 
Whaley,  Ralph  C 

1220  Woodland  Ave 
Barron  WI  54812 
(715)537-3166 

FP 

Youngren,  Thomas  R 

POB  127 

Cumberland  WI  54829 
(715)822-2231 


BROWN 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

PD  HEM 
Adair,  Stuart  E 

900  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)437-0431 

GS 

Adamski,  Val  D 

1313  Summer  Range  Rd 
De  Pere  WI  54115 

FP 

Aldrich,  Peri  L 

Box  Z,  940  S St  Augustine 
Pulaski  Wl  54162 
(414)  822-3111 

GE  1M 

Amarnani,  Narayan  H 

430  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)433-0400 

OPH 

Andrew,  Reed  C 

417  S Monroe  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)437-6505 

CD  IM 

Anthony,  Lewis  G 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  433-3640 

OBG 

Austin,  Stephen  D 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-3444 


PTH 

Awen,  Charles  F 

744  S Webster  Ave 
POB  1700 

Green  Bay  Wl  54305 
(414)  433-3653 

DR  R 

Babbitt,  Lon  D 

POB  3006 

Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  499-1428 

PD 

Barkow,  Kathleen  M 

821  S Quincy 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

ON  IM 
Bayer,  Gerald  K 

336  Windward  Dr 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 

OBG 

Bechtel  Jr,  Richard  C 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-3444 

OPH 

Belson,  Michael  J 

923  Eliza  St 

Green  Bay  WI  54301 

(414)432-9261 

GS  TS 
Beno,  Thomas  J 

1751  Deckner  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 
(414)  468-5621 

GS 

Bishop,  John  C 

1203  S Military  Ave 
Green  Bay  Wl  54304 
(414)494-4781 

PTH 

Blackburn  Jr,  Marvin  D 

POB  1700 

Green  Bay  Wl  54305 
OPH 

Blahnik,  Clarence  L 

1721  Lost  Dauphin  Rd 
De  Pere  WI  54115 
(414)  437-6505 

GYN 

Boersma,  John  J 

519  S Monroe  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-5451 

R 

Bolich,  Paul  R 

1586  Arapahoe  Ct 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 

GS  TS 

Brault,  Robert  G 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-7121 


NS 

Bressler,  Bruce  C 
704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  465-1900 

GP  GS 
Brusky,  Alvin  H 

1203  S Military  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54304 
(414)494-4781 

IM 

Brusky,  John  D 

1203  S Military  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54304 
(414)  494-4781 

IM 

Buck,  Charles  E 
1745  Dousman 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)494-9661 

P 

Caffrey,  James  F 
130  E Walnut  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  435-8920 

R NM 

Calaguan,  Raymond  R 
POB  1221 

Green  Bay  WI  54305 
GP 

Crawford,  Chester  W 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  Wl  54301 
(414)433-3456 

IM 

Cross,  Michael  W 

900  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  Wl  54301 
(414)437-0431 

TR  NM 
Cruz,  Lorenzo  R 

3319  Miranda  Court 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)336-7383 

GSCDS 
Curl,  James  H 

404  Polaris  Ct 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 
(414)468-5303 

PTH  CLP 
Dais,  Charles  F 
1201  S Monroe  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

GS 

Danaher,  Harry  H 

205  E Walnut  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  432-5058 

GP 

Dettmann,  John  E 

1751  Deckner  Ave 
Green  Bay  Wl  54302 
(414)  468-5621 


P 

Donarski,  David  P 

130  E Walnut  St 
Green  Bay  Wl  54301 
(414)  435-8920 

PTH 

Draheim,  John  H 

1726  Shawano  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-3474 

GP 

Dupont,  Alvin  J 

1440  St  George  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 
(414)432-3538 

R 

Edelblute,  Lyle  H 

POB  3006 

Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  499-1428 

GP 

Erickson,  Milo  R 

712  Redwood  Dr 
Green  Bay,  WI  54304 
(414)  499-3771 

FP 

Falk,  Manuel  J 

1551  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-5611 

CD  IM 
Fergus,  Peter  A 

704  S Webster 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  433-3640 

RET 

Ford,  William  W 

321  East  Greene  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

OPH 

Foster,  James  W 

417  S Monroe  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-6505 

ORS 

Freedman,  Albert  L 

606  Beilin  Bldg 
130  E Walnut  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)437-9696 

CD  IM 

Fuchs,  Matthias  A 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

OBG 

Gallagher,  Donald  J 

120  Siegler  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 

OBG 

Gallagher,  John  C 

120  Siegler  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  499-4855 


BROWN 


7 


P 

Gehring,  John  V 

130  E Walnut  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  435-1103 

GS  CDS 
Geocaris,  Thomas  V 
704  S Webster 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-7913 

GP  GS 
Goelz,  John  R 

519  S Monroe  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)437-5431 

IM 

Grace,  Joseph  B 
123  N Military  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-3421 

IM  GE 
Green,  Jeremy  R 

900  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-0431 

IM 

Greene,  Richard  C 

123  N Military  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-3421 

P 

Grieben,  Leo  R 

2131  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  435-8816 

PD  PDA 
Griggs,  Stewart  L 
1821  S Webster  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-9051 

OPH 

Groessl,  Peter  J 

1345  W Mason  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  499-3102 

NS 

Guesen,  Robert  A 

1 30  E Walnut  St,  #205 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-8113 

GP 

Guthrie,  John  M 

1751  Deckner  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 
(414)468-5621 

GP  EM 
Haines,  Arthur  W 

435  Shady  Dr  Rt  1 
Oneida  WI  54155 

CDS  TS 
Harris,  Irwin 

845  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-3574 


R 

Hart,  Loren  E 

POB  3006 

Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)499-1428 

PTH  CLP 
Hathway,  Stephen  D 

POB  1700 

Green  Bay  WI  54305 
(414)  433-3653 

GP 

Hering,  George  V 
POB  188 

Denmark  WI  54208 
(414)  863-2005 

ORS 

Hinckley,  James  A 

1551  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-5611 

OPH 

Hitch,  Oliver  M 

417  S Monroe  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-6505 

AN  OTO 
Hong,  Chang-Eui 

383  Swiss  Hill  Dr 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 

PS 

Hoops  Jr,  Harold  J 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)468-7333 

ORS 

Horak,  Richard  D 

118  N Monroe  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

PS 

Jacobs,  Edmund  B 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-7333 

GP 

Jensen,  Richard  E 

621  E Walnut  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-4366 

AN 

Johnson,  Samuel  B 

416  Crooks  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  432-6373 

IM 

Johnston,  Robert  E 

1551  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)494-5611 

ORS 

Jones,  William  D 

3131  Ravine  Way 
Green  Bay,  WI  54301 
(414)  468-0246 


PD 

Kaftan,  George  R 

900  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-0431 

GP 

Keiser,  Orris  S 
116  Third  St 
De  Pere  WI  541 15 

ORS 

Kempken,  Thomas  G 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-0246 

GP  FP 

Killeen,  Emmet  R 

205  E Walnut  St,  #304 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  432-0590 

GS 

Killins,  Jack  A 

123  N Military  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-3421 

IM 

Koch,  Paul  D 

3090  Pine  Ridge  Ct 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

PD 

Korger,  Dennis  M 

1751  Deckner  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 
(414)  468-5621 

IM 

Kubsch,  Kenneth  R 

1551  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-5611 

GP 

Kulkoski,  Bernard 

530  S Irwin  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  432-5569 

AN 

Kuritz,  Jay  J 

2412  Sandy  Ln 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 

FP 

Laabs,  John  E 
2637  Tulip  Ln 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  434-0697 

IM  HEM 
Lacey,  James  V 
1821  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)435-4341 

IM  CD 

Lamont,  Frederick  J 

123  N Military  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-3421 


FP 

Leh,  Patrick  S S 

1745  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-9661 

NA  IM 
Lin,  Royce  C 
2440  Brenner  PI 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  432-8716 

ORS 

Lulloff,  Rolf  S 

2520  Betty  Ct 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  494-5611 

GP 

MacMullen,  Wallace 

1751  Deckner  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 
(414)468-5621 

FP  GP 

Majeski,  Henry  E 

206  Main  St 
Luxemburg,  WI  54217 
(414)  845-2351 

GS 

Manabat  Jr,  Enrique  S 

812  S Fisk  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54304 
(414)  498-3252 

GS  CDS 
Manke,  David  A 

1551  Dousman 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-5611 

GP 

Mansell,  Frederick  T 

701  Terraview  Dr 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

U 

Marlett,  Myron  M 

2021  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-9613 

R 

Martin,  John  E 

POB  3006 

Green  Bay  WI  54303 
IM  A 

Mattson,  James  R 

501  S Military  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-2323 

PTH 

McCormick,  Raymond  A 
POB  1221 

Green  Bay  WI  54305 
AN 

McGuan,  Austin  R 

1334  Kellogg  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)494-8477 


ORS 

McGuire,  George  E 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

PTH 

McIntyre,  James  A 

1726  Shawano  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  498-4662 

IM  CD 

McKenna,  David  H 

1821  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

FP 

McNeal,  Wesley  E 
704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  433-3456 

GP 

Merline,  Gerald  B 

502  George  St 
DePere  WI  54115 
(414)  336-4255 

PD 

Mickle,  Kenneth  C 

1821  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)437-9051 

OTO 

Mills,  John  M 

923  Eliza  St 

Green  Bay  WI  54301 

(414)432-9261 

GS 

Milson,  Bertram  I 

1745  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-9661 

GP 

Milson,  Louis 

1745  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-9661 

IM 

Milson,  Stuart  E 

1745  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-9661 

ORS 

Mohr,  Wayne  S 

118  N Monroe  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

R NM 

Mokrohisky,  John  F 

POB  2446 

Green  Bay  WI  54306 
(414)  437-8517 

OBG 

Murphy,  Raymond  J 

1751  Deckner  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 
(414)  468-5621 


8 


BROWN 


PD 

Myers,  Richard  L 

1821  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  W1  54301 
(414)  437-9051 

OPH  OTO 
Nadeau,  Emile  G 

923  Eliza  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

OPH  OTO 
Nadeau,  George 
923  Eliza  St 
Green  Bay  Wl  54301 
(414)  432-9261 

ORS 

Nellen,  James  W 

118N  Monroe  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-0261 

IM  FP 

Nelson  Jr,  William  L 

900  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-0431 

NS 

Nishioka,  Hiro 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  465-1900 

IM  GE 
Nordell,  Charles 
1745  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 

FP 

Novotny,  Clarence  G 
120  Siegler 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 

P 

O’Neill,  Michael  J 

3239  Delahaut  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  435-8920 

ORS 

O’Reilly,  Michael  D 

1551  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-5611 

P CHP 

Orman,  Edward  S 

2131  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  435-8816 

OPH 

Ottom,  John  A 

417  S Monroe  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

NS 

Oudenhoven,  Richard  C 

430  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)437-9604 


IM  CD 
Palay,  Howard  J 

400  Roselawn  Blvd 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  336-9018 

EM 

Peters,  Earl  E 
Rt  3 Lost  Dauphin  Rd 
De  Pere  WI  54115 
(414)  433-8383 

GS 

Philipp,  Louis  D 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-7121 

IM 

Pinn,  Christopher  C 

1821  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)435-4341 

OBG 

Poley,  Carl  R 
1821  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-4395 

PD  NPM 
Porembski,  Michael 

900  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-0431 

FP  GP 
Rahr,  Henry  C 

346  Wagon  Wheel  Ct 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 
(414) 845-2351 

P 

Reinhard,  Harold  J 

1 30  E Walnut  St,  #702 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  435-8920 

IM  END 

Richardson,  Benson  L 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-9588 

DR 

Robinson,  James  E 

906  Cedarview  Ct 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

GP  GS 
Rose,  Robert  J 

621  E Walnut  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)437-4366 

P 

Rothe  Jr,  Clarence  A 

130  E Walnut  St,  #410 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  435-0883 

PD  NPM 
Samuels,  David  P 

900  S Webster  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-0431 


GS  GP 
Sanan,  Omer  K 

621  E Walnut  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 
(414)  437-4366 

OBG 

Sandmire,  Herbert  F 

201  St  Mary’s  Blvd 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  336-8684 

GP 

Schibly,  William  J 

530  S Irwin  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  432-5569 

U 

Schiebler,  John  C 

2021  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 

TR  R 

Schlise,  Sally  M 
POB  1221 

Green  Bay  WI  54305 
(414)  433-8184 

OTO  OPH 
Schmidt,  Robert  T 

923  Eliza  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  432-9261 

N 

Schmidt  Jr,  Robert  T 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-6372 

ORS 

Schneider,  William  F 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-0246 

AN 

Schumacher,  John  P 

POB  1081 

Green  Bay  WI  54305 
OBG 

Sehring,  Frederick  G 

1551  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 

OBG 

Shaffer,  Richard  L 

1061  W Mason  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54304 
(414)  499-1222 

PD 

Shea,  Daniel  W 

1821  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-9051 

FP 

Sherwood,  Donald  L 

1551  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  W I 54303 


PH 

Shinners,  George  M 
3246  Waubenoor  Dr 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  336-7073 

IM 

Shivamurthy,  Gowdar  S 

1203  S Military  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54304 

IM 

Shrake,  John  F 

900  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-0431 

OBG 

Sipes,  Donald  R 
1061  W Mason  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  499-1222 

PTH 

Skarphol,  Darrell  P 

POB  1221 

Green  Bay  WI  54305 
U 

Smith,  Charles  C 

2021  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-9613 

TS 

Soeter,  John  R 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  465-8621 

N 

Somerville,  Stephen  V 

704  S Webster  Ave,  #5B 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-6372 

AN 

Song,  Hwe  Jae 
3054  Bay  View  Dr 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  432-6373 

OPH 

Stankevych,  Anatol  J 

923  Eliza 

Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  432-9261 

GP 

Stiennon,  Oscar  A 
1021  Howard  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 

DR 

Stine,  Harold  E 

Oak  Ridge  Circle,  Rt  2 
De  Pere  WI  541 15 

GS 

Stoehr,  Bruce  J 

1551  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-5611 


GP  OBG 
Sullivan,  Donel  R 

1745  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)494-9661 

GS  CDS 
Swelstad,  Jack  A 
704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  465-8621 

OBG 

Theiler  Jr,  George  J 

900  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-0431 

R 

Thompson,  Loren  L 

234  Terrace  Ct 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  336-6706 

OTO 

Titulaer,  Richard  J 

1551  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-5611 

ORS 

Tressler,  Hubert  A 

118  N Monroe  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-0261 

U 

Troup,  Charles  W 

2021  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-9613 

U 

Troup,  Richard  H 

2021  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-9613 

OPH  OTO 
Troup,  Wilson  J 

Rocky  Shores  Estates 

Bldg  98  39  U 

Egg  Harbor  WI  54209 

OBG 

Utrie,  John  W 

1821  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-4395 

GP 

Vande  Loo,  Francis  B 
1819  Rainbow  Ave 
De  Pere  WI  541 15 
(414)  366-0106 

OTO 

Vander  Woude,  S W 

923  Eliza  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  432-9261 


BROWN-CALUMET-CHIPPEWA 


9 


OBG 

Vogel,  Edward  G 
1061  W Mason  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  499-1222 

GS 

von  Heimburg,  Roger  L 

900  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-0131 

IM 

Walbrun,  Fred  H 

POBZ 

Pulaski  WI  54162 
FP 

Waldkirch,  Bernard  P 

502  George  St 
De  Pere  WI  54115 
(414)336-4255 

GP 

Waldkirch,  Raymond  M 

502  George  St 
De  Pere  WI  541 15 
(414)  336-4255 

AN 

Walker,  Thomas  F 

1331  Bellevue,  Lot  Q 
Green  Bay  WI  54302 

R 

Wallerius,  John  F 

Rt  2 Hidden  Acres  La 
Denmark  WI  54208 

IM 

Wampler,  Robert  E 

1821  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  435-4341 

N 

Wanamaker,  William  M 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  468-6372 

R 

Wargin,  Roger  C 
POB  3875 

Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  499-8859 

R 

Weinhold  III,  Frank  M 

425  Arrowhead  Dr 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

NS  AM 

Wentworth,  Alan  F 

704  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)465-1900 

FP 

Wigg,  Norman  P 

1551  Dousman  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54303 
(414)  494-5611 


OTO 

Wineinger,  David  M 

923  Eliza  St 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  432-9261 

GS 

Wochos,  Robert  G 

1821  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  435-4341 

GP  EM 
Wong,  James  R P 

115  S Quincy  St 
Green  Bay  W I 54301 
(414)  437-1365 

EM 

Zimmerman,  Robert  C 

Rt  3 Hidden  Valley  Ln 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 

PDA  PD 
Zondlo,  Joseph  G 

900  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  437-0431 

GS 

Zucker,  Kenneth  L 

1821  S Webster  Ave 
Green  Bay  WI  54301 
(414)  435-4341 


CALUMET 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP 

De  Arteaga,  Julio  C 

133  Wis  Ave 
Brillion  WI  541 10 

GS  EM 
Ganju,  Badri  N 
451  E Brooklyn  St 
Chilton  WI  53014 
(414)  849-2888 

PTH 

Glenn,  James  H 

614  Memorial  Dr 
Chilton  WI  53014 
(414)  849-2386 

GP  OTO 
Humke,  Kenneth  R 

26  School  St 
Chilton  WI  53014 
(414)  849-2331 

PS  GS 
Klein,  Martin  H 

69  E Brooklyn  St 
Chilton  WI  53014 
(414)  849-4426 


GP 

Knauf , James  W 

451  E Brooklyn  St 
Chilton  WI  53014 
(414)  849-4112 

GP 

Larme,  Francis  P 

2020  Madison  St 
New  Holstein  WI  53061 
(414)  898-4262 

R 

Lozada,  Ricarte  E 
W2143  Debra  Ct 
Chilton  WI  53014 
(414)  849-9448 

GP 

Pinney,  James  C 

507  C W Main  St 
Hilbert  WI  54129 
(414)  853-3534 

FP 

Theiler,  Randy  T 

451  E Brooklyn  St 
Chilton  WI  53014 
(414)  849-9375 

IM 

Ylagan,  Arturo  M 

26  School  St 
Chilton  WI  53014 


CHIPPEWA 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 


CD  D 

Asplund,  Merne  W 

1518  Main  St 
Bloomer  WI  54724 

FP 

Casing,  Myrna  A 
121  W 8th  Ave 
Stanley  WI  54768 
(715)  644-5567 

GP  GS 

Casing,  Roberto  L 

523  Madison  St 
Stanley  WI  54768 

FP 

Connolly,  James 

204  W Prospect  St 
Thorp  W I 54771 
(715)669-5536 

AN 

Cook,  Frederick  D 

1315  Ridgewood  Dr 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 

FP 

Cook,  Steven  D 
2501  CtyTrk  1 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)723-9138 


ORS 

Fleming,  George  E 
3203  Stein  Blvd 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

GP  OBG 
Glenn,  Everett  C 
Rt  8 Box  149 

Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
GS 

Gonzaga,  Caesar  R 
127  W Central  St 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 

IM 

Gonzaga,  Fe  Q 
POB  22 

Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
GP 

Hanley,  Larry  L 

347  Prairie  View  Rd 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)726-1221 

GP 

Hatleberg,  Earl  A 

321  Carson  St 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 

GP 

Hendrickson,  Robert  L 

112  3rd  St 
Cornell  WI  54732 
(715)  239-6344 

OPH 

Holm,  Peter  W 

2501  Co  Trk  I 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)723-9375 

FP 

Ippel,  Paul  M 

2501  County  Trunk  I 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 

GP  CD 

Kemper,  Charles  A 

727  Maple  St,  POB  699 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)723-4037 

ORS 

Kennedy,  Richard  D 

2501  Co  Trk  I 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)723-8514 

OBG 

Lee,  Sang  B 
890  Hwy  178 
Chippewa  Falls  W I 54729 
(715)723-8543 

IM 

Maniquiz,  Reynaldo  C 

600  Bay  St 

Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)723-0211 

GP 

Mathwig,  Robert  J 

121  W 8th  Ave,  POB  112 
Stanley  WI  54768 
(715)644-5542 


GP 

Murphy,  Paul  W 

308  17th  Ave 
Bloomer  WI  54724 
(715)568-4280 

IM  GP 

Obcena,  Ricardo  S 
Rt  2 

Cadott  WI  54727 
(715)  289-4267 

FP  OS 

Overgard,  Albon  W 

406  N Franklin  St 
Stanley  WI  54768 
(715)644-5846 

FP  EM 

Picotte,  Lyman  W 

1420  Miles  St 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)723-4067 

ORS 

Proett,  A Frederick 

2501  Co  Trk  I 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)723-8514 

GP 

Rahn,  Bruno  F 

Rt  6 Box  253 

Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)  723-7635 

GP 

Rosenbrook,  Gordon  H 

1905  S Main  St 
Bloomer  WI  54724 

GP  OS 
Sallis,  Douglas  A 

305  E First  Ave 
Stanley  WI  54768 
(715)644-5526 

FP 

Samuelson,  Clarence 
Rt  5 Box  353 

Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)723-1503 

GS  GP 

Sangalang,  Romeo  B 

Rt  5 

Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)  723-0252 

GP  GS 
Sazama,  Frank  B 

928  First  Ave,  #1 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)  723-6987 

GP  U 

Sazama,  John  J 

1425  Eagle  St 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)723-4498 

TR 

Swenson,  Franklin  H 

Rt  6 Box  290 

Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)839-3240 


10 


CHIPPEWA— CLARK— COLUMBIA/MARQUETTE/ADAMS— CRAWFORD— DANE 


P 

Taman,  Mahmoud  S 

41 1 E Wis  Ave 
Chippewa  Falls  W1  54729 
(715)723-8508 

TS  GS 

Winskunas,  Philip  F 

127  W Central 
Chippewa  Falls  W1  54729 

PTH 

Wright,  Warren  K 

St  Joseph’s  Hospital 
2661  Co  Trk  I 
Chippewa  Falls  WI  54729 
(715)723-1811 

GP 

Zenner,  Clarence  E 
POB61 

Cadott  WI  54727 


CLARK 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

IM 

Algan,  A Mitat 

400  Mill  St 
Loyal  WI  54446 
(715)255-8551 

GS 

Capati,  Nazario  R 
216  Sunset  PI 
Neillsville  WI  54456 
(715)743-3231 

GS 

Gregorio,  Federico  P 

216  Sunset  PI 
Neillsville  WI  54456 

GP 

Gungor,  Bahri  O 

216  Sunset  PI 
Neillsville  WI  54456 

FP 

Hopkins,  William  P 

Owen  WI  54460 
(715)229-2177 

FP 

Janssen,  Gary  J 
134  S Main  St 
Greenwood  WI  54437 
(715)267-6600 

GP 

Johnson,  John  W 

POB  154 
Withee  WI  54498 
(715)229-2992 

GP 

Koch,  James  W 
106  S 2nd  St 
Colby  WI  54421 
(715)223-2331 


GP 

Manz,  Kenneth  F 

604  W 2nd  St 
Neillsville  WI  54456 
(715)743-3520 

IM  CD 

Neelagara,  Narasimhulu 
110  Park  St 
Neillsville  WI  54456 

GP 

Ozturk,  Cahit  H 

510  W 5th  St 
Neillsville  WI  54456 

GP 

Pfefferkorn,  E Dolf 

Colby  WI  54421 
(715)223-2331 

PD 

Reddy,  Reganti  V R 

216  Sunset  PI 
Neillsville  WI  54456 
(715)743-3231 


COLUMBIA 

MARQUETTE 

ADAMS 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 


GS 

Baylon,  Renato  R 

POB  166 
Oxford  WI  53952 

GP 

Broderick,  Clifford  F 

21 1 Hearthstone  Reach 
Peach  Tree  City  GA  30269 

GP 

Bronson,  Fredrick  H 

Rt  2 Fox  Glen  Rd 
Portage  WI  53901 

GP 

Cheli,  Clement  F 

923  Park  Ave 
Columbus  WI  53925 
(414)  623-3535 

FP 

Christianson,  Richard  E 

916  Silver  Lake  Dr 
Portage  WI  53901 
(608)742-7161 

FP 

Conley,  Harold  L 

S Vine  St,  POB  325 
Wisconsin  Dells  WI  53965 
(608)253-1171 

GP 

Cooney,  Robert  T 
916  Silver  Lake  Dr 
Portage  WI  53901 
(608)  742-7161 


OBG 

Diancin,  Renato  C 

POB  203 

Columbus  WI  53925 
(414)  623-2910 

GS 

Esmaili,  Muhammed 

POB  10 

Friendship  WI  53934 
(608)  339-3326 

GS 

Faylona,  Renato  T 

S Vine  St 

Wisconsin  Dells  WI  53965 
(608)253-1171 

GP  FP 

Gissal,  Frederick  W 

POB  325 

Wisconsin  Dells  WI  53965 
(608)  253-1171 

FP 

Gregory,  David  D 

916  Silver  Lake  Dr 
Portage  WI  53901 
(608)  742-7161 

GP 

Guzman  Jr,  Victor  C 

1512  New  Pinery  Rd 
Portage  WI  53901 
(608)  742-4139 

GP  GS 

Henney,  Thomas  E 
916  Silver  Lake  Dr 
Portage  WI  53901 
(608)  742-7161 

GP  GS 
Irwin,  Wallace  G 

109  First  St 
Lodi  WI  53555 
(608)  592-4100 

GP 

Janssen,  Martin  L 
POB  10 

Friendship  WI  53934 
GP 

Laserna,  Ramon  V G 
POB  334 

Montello  WI  53949 
(414)  297-2108 

IM  PUD 
Mejia,  Gualberto  B 
POB  166 
Oxford  WI  53952 
(608)  589-5181 

GS  CDS 
Mirza,  Muzaffar  B 
POB  138 
Adams  WI  53910 
(608)  339-7690 

GP  IM 

Pavelsek,  Joseph  W 
1508  New  Pinery  Rd 
Portage  WI  53901 
(608)  742-2131 


GP  GS 
Poser,  John  F 

635  Park  Ave 
Columbus  WI  53925 
(414)  623-5000 

IM 

Poser,  Rolf  O F 

635  Park  Ave 
Columbus  WI  53925 
(414)  623-5000 

PD 

Sankaran,  Ramakrishnan 

Box  10 

Friendship  WI  53934 
(608)  339-3326 

GP  GS 
Saxe,  Jack  J 
RR01,  Box  43 
Portage  WI  53901 
(608)  742-3248 

GS 

Simani,  Rahmatollah 

Friendship  WI  53934 

IM 

Slavik,  Paul  J 

916  Silver  Lake  Dr 
Portage  WI  53901 

ORS 

Taylor,  Donald  J 

1015  W Pleasant  St 
Portage  WI  53901 
(608)  742-8389 

GP 

Taylor,  Stewart  F 
1 16  E Pleasant  St,  POB  320 
Portage  WI  53901 
(608)  742-4242 

ORS 

Taylor  Jr,  Stewart  F 
1015  W Pleasant  St 
Portage  WI  53901 
(608)  742-8389 

GP 

Tierney,  Edward  F 

316  W Cook  St 
Portage  WI  53901 
(608)  742-3305 

OBG 

Villavicencio,  Celso  A 
1512  New  Pinery  Rd 
Portage  WI  53901 


CRAWFORD 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP 

Calkins,  William  N 

Soldiers  Grove  WI  54655 


GP  ORS 
Dessloch,  Eli  M 
POB  89 

Prairie  du  Chien  WI  53821 
(608)  326-6978 

RET 

Farrell,  Thomas  F 

323  S Beaumont  Rd 
Prairie  du  Chien  WI  53821 
(608)  326-6087 

FP 

Garrity,  Michael  S 
610  E Taylor  St 
Prairie  du  Chien  WI  53821 
(608)  326-6466 


DANE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

CDS  GS 
Abid,  Khosro 

6123  Sun  Valley  Pkwy 
Oregon  WI  53575 

Abrams,  Bruce  R 

118  Breese  Ter 
Madison  WI  53705 

IM 

Albright,  Edwin  C 

3901  Euclid  Ave 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  233-1818 

FP 

Albright,  John  G 

1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  241-4611 

AN 

Alexander,  S Craighead 

B6/387  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8100 

OPH 

Allen,  James  C 

F4/348 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1468 

FP  OM 
Allen,  John  R 

795  Lakewood  Blvd 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)249-1174 

IM 

Allin,  Robin  N 
802  Huron  Hill 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  233-2082 


DANE 


11 


GS 

Anderson,  A D 

5110  Manitowoc  Pkwy 
Madison  WI  53705 

OTO 

Anderson  Jr,  Ashley  G 

2509  Norwood  PI 
Madison  WI  53705 

OPH 

Anderson,  Charles  J 

1025  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)251-2361 

RET 

Anderson,  Henry  A 

5101  Coney  Weston  PI 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)271-7731 

GPM  OM 
Anderson  III,  Henry  A 

One  W Wilson,  POB  309 
Madison  WI  53701 

OBG 

Anderson,  John  M 

20  SPark  St,  #408 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-4386 

Anderson,  Mary  A 

2002  Jefferson  St 
Madison  WI  53711 

OPH 

Andrew,  Robert  B 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608) 257-5422 

PD 

Andringa,  Conrad  L 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8181 

PTH 

Angevine,  D Murray 

25  Blue  Ridge  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608) 233-6280 

OS 

Ansfield,  Fred  J 
POB  41 

Clam  Lake  WI  54517 
(715)794-2451 

IM  CD 

Ansfield,  Thomas  J 

4410  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53705 

R 

Ansusinha,  Tamnit 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

OPH 

Appen,  Richard  E 

1025  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  251-2361 


P 

Arnesen,  Richard  B 

920  Castle  PI 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  256-5176 

Arnold,  Donald  E 

914  W Dayton  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

IM 

Ashman,  Hubert  C 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)252-8510 

FP 

Atkinson,  Benjamin  W 

One  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-9700 

AN 

Atlee,  John  L 

B6/386 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)263-8109 

R 

Atwell,  David  T 

309  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

IM 

Babcock,  Alan  W 

1316  Jensen  Rd 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)839-4435 

AN 

Backs,  Mark  F 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-6464 

GS 

Backwinkel,  Klaus  D 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

Bain,  Philip  A 

2921  Fish  Hatch’y  Rd,  #104 
Madison  WI  53713 

AN 

Bamforth,  Betty  J 

600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)263-8110 

ORS 

Baranowski,  Walter 

1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  241-6567 

ORS 

Barash,  Harvey  L 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8459 


CD  IM 
Barrett,  Kay  M 

1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  241-4611 

OBG 

Barron,  Cindy  L 

2302  Post  Rd 
Madison  WI  53713 

AN 

Barsch,  John  H 

146  Nautilus  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 

ORS 

Bartlett,  David  H 

2704  Marshall  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608) 238-9311 

PD 

Bartlett,  William  H 

213  Carillon  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608) 252-8181 

OPH 

Baske,  Richard  F 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

P CHP 

Bauer,  Catherine  M 

2250  Keyes  Ave 
Madison  WI  5371  1 

FP 

Beasley,  John  W 

777  S Mills  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  263-7373 

IM 

Becker,  Gary  A 
POB  603 

Madison  WI  53701 
AN 

Behling,  Ronald  E 

2802  Post  Rd 
Madison  WI  53713 

GP  FP 

Behrend,  Joseph  F 

10  Tower  Dr 

Sun  Prairie  WI  53590 

(608)  837-4521 

IM 

Beilman,  Robert  L 

1313  Fish  Hatch’y  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8000 

IM 

Belknap  Jr,  Elston  L 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-7875 

GS 

Belzer,  Folkert  O 

G5/359  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1377 


GP  OM  INSM 
Benish,  George  A 
2453  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)241-4445 

OTO 

Bennett,  E Maxine 

31 10  Wacheta  Tr 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)222-5017 

FP 

Benton,  George  D 
1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)241-4611 

P 

Berg,  Mary  C 
4801  Holiday  Dr 
Madison  WI  5371  1 

OPH 

Berger  Jr,  John  V 

3630  Lake  Mendota  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 

CDS  TS 

Berkoff,  Herbert  A 

H4/310CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

Berman,  Alvin  L (PhD) 

623  Waisman  Ctr,  UW 
Madison  WI  53706 
(608)  263-5927 

Berman,  James  E 

507  W Wilson  St 
Madison  WI  53703 

CDS  TS  GS 
Bernhardt,  Louis  C 

501  Shearwater  Rd 
Madison  WI  53714 
(608)  252-8066 

OTO 

Bernhardt,  Norval  E 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8414 

PS 

Bernsten,  Stephen  A 

7016  Applewood  Dr 
Madison  WI  5371  1 
(608)833-1790 

Bertha,  Brian  G 

120  Gaslite  Sq,  #5 
Madison  WI  53713 

D 

Bertram,  John  R 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)252-8173 

CD  NM 

Besozzi,  Myrwood  C 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 


GS 

Binder,  James  P 

6930  Pilgrim  Rd 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)271-6148 

IM  PUD 
Birnbaum,  Marvin  L 

600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-7094 

IM 

Blancke,  Frederick  W 

801  Butternut  Road 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  257-2829 

PTH  END 
Bloodworth  Jr,  J M B 

2500  Overlook  Ter 
Madison  WI  53705 

OPH 

Blum  Jr,  Fred  G 

1 S Park  St,  #400 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-4286 

IM 

Blume,  Peter 

RFD  1 Box  287 
Concord  NH  03301 


Boblin,  James  D 

1351  S St,  #22 
Madison,  WI  53715 

NS 

Bogdanowicz,  Wojciech 
1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8000 

GS  TS 

Boldon  Jr,  Edward  I 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  255-6709 

AN 

Boncyk,  John  C 

5404  Mathews  Rd,  #221 
Middleton  WI  53562 

RHU  IM 
Bonebrake,  Robert  A 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8511 

IM  ON 
Borden,  Ernest  C 

K4/414  UW  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8092 

GS  TS 

Botham,  Richard  J 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608) 252-8000 


12 


DANE 


N 

Boyer,  Stanley  W 
345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

OTO 

Brandenburg,  Janies  H 

F4/270 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  Wl  53792 
(608)  263-7064 

OBG 

Brew,  Barbara  A 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8444 

Brewer,  Jack 
2802  Monroe  St 
Madison  WI  53711 

OPH 

Brightbill,  Frederick  S 

1025  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)251-2361 

AN 

Brill,  James  J 

4925  Fond  du  Lac  Trail 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  233-4650 

OTO  OPH 
Brindley,  Benjamin  I 

1013  Tumalo  Trail 
Madison  WI  5371 1 
(608)233-6571 

N 

Britton,  Daniel  E 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

OBG 

Britton,  Donald  M 

3301  Spanish  Trl,  #206 A 
Delray  Beach  FL  33444 

ORS 

Brodhead,  William  T 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8095 

PTH 

Brown,  Arnold  L 

1300  Univ  Ave,  #1205 
Madison  WI  53706 
(608)  263-4910 

P 

Brown,  Joseph  G 

1906  Monroe  St 
Madison  WI  5371  1 
(608)  255-9040 

IM 

Brungard,  Karen  R 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

Brusky,  John  E 

933  W Johnson  St 
Madison  WI  53715 


PUD  IM 
Bryan,  Albert  R 

1 S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

US 

Bryan,  George  T 
1302  Gilbert  Rd 
Madison  WI  5371  1 

Brynildson,  Sanee  M 

314  S Brooks  St,  #2 
Madison  WI  53715 

OBG  OS 
Buchler,  Dolores  A 

H4/634  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

OS 

Budzak,  Kathryn  S 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

Bueno,  Edward 

2402  Allied  Dr 
Madison  WI  53711 

Bullis,  Gregory  G 
1910  Monroe  St,  #J 
Madison  WI  5371  1 

A 

Burke,  Myra  E 

4723  Sheboygan  Ave,  #1 17 
Madison  WI  53705 

An 

Bush,  George  L 
15  Hemlock  Trl 
Madison  WI  53717 
(608)  263-8100 

IM 

Bussan,  Kenneth  L 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

OBG 

Byce,  Kenneth  R 

1 S Park  St,  # 525 
Madison  WI  53715 


Caceres,  Victor  W 
36  S Brook  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  267-6141 

Carlson,  Douglas  L 

27  S Bassett  St 
Madison  WI  53703 

OBG  PD 
Carter,  Homer  M 

6209  Mineral  Point  Rd 
Madison  WI  53705 

R 

Carter,  Thomas  L 

202  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  267-6096 


N 

Celesia,  Gastone  G 
6722  Colony  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 

NS 

Chanbusarakum,  Krisada 

20  S Park  St,  #202 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  255-4826 

OPH 

Chandra,  Suresh  R 

F4/342 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-6644 

GS 

Chase,  Samuel  L 
1054  Woodrow  St 
Madison  WI  53711 

IM  HEN 

Choate,  Jennifer  J 

H4/544  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

OBG 

Christensen,  Dennis  D 

1 S Park  St,  #280 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  251-5900 

OBG 

Christmann,  Robert  P 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

PD 

Chun,  Raymond  W M 

H4/450  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8551 

ORS 

Clancy  Jr,  William  G 

G5/331 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1356 

IM 

Clausen,  Norman  M 
9928  Co  Trk  Y Rt  1 
Mazomanie,  WI  53560 
(608)  795-4323 

P 

Clinton,  Gerald  L 

2727  Marshall  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 

IM 

Colbert,  Robert  L 

2546  Kendall  Ave 
Madison,  WI  53705 

DR 

Colburn  Jr,  R Marshall 

413  Bryce  Canyon  Cir 
Madison  WI  53705 


FP 

Cole,  Robert  L 

5714  Odana  Rd 
Madison  WI  53719 
(608)274-1100 

P 

Coleman,  Frederick  W 

H6/154 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-6004 

PD 

Coleman,  Wendy  S 
345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

GP 

Collins,  Royden  F 

941  Harvey  Ter 
Madison  WI  53703 

PTH 

Connors,  Dean  M 

707  S Mills 
Madison  WI  53715 

PTH 

Contreras-Trejo,  Mario  R 

Dept  of  Pathology 
36  S Brooks  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  241-7960 

IM 

Cookson,  David  U 
4910  Lake  Mendota  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608) 233-9788 

D 

Cooper,  Garrett  A 
1512  Sumac  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  233-4070 

PDC  CD 
Corliss,  Robert  J 

707  S Mills  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  256-3943 

IM  AN 

Coursin,  Douglas  B 

B6/387  UW  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608) 263-9131 

ORS 

Cowle,  Arch  E 
2 W Gorham  St 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  255-9414 

P 

Crawford,  David  G 

2725  Marshall  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-7343 


D IM 

Cripps,  Derek  J 

F4/225 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-6230 

Crispell,  Jeffrey  H 

1335  Drake  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

IM 

Crocker,  Laurence  G 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-7107 

IM 

Crowley  Jr,  William  P 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-7107 

R 

Crummy  Jr,  Andrew  B 

D4/346 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8360 

OBG  P 

Crumpacker,  Margaret 

4940  Audubon  Ave 
St  Louis  MO  63110 
(314)  423-8860 

U 

Cummings,  Kenneth  B 

G5/335  UW  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1358 

ORS 

Cunningham,  Milfred 

2 W Gorham  St 
Madison  WI  53703 

OBG 

Curet,  Luis  B 

202  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  262-0198 

DR 

Curtin,  Michael  J 

20  SPark  St,  #201 
Madison  WI  53715 

IM 

Dally,  Alfred  D 

2138  Rowley  Ave 
Madison  WI  53705 

DR 

Damm,  Michael  G 
1142  Waban  Hill 
Madison  WI  53711 

CD  IM 
Danahy,  Daniel 

37  Oxwood  Cir 
Madison  WI  53717 


DANE 


13 


IM 

Daugherty,  Donald  A 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8023 

PS 

Davenport  Jr,  Gordon 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

OPH 

Davis,  Frederick  J 

1025  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  251-2361 

GE  IM 
Davis,  Jeffrey  D 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8494 

R 

Davis,  John  B 

6420  Sunset  Dr  Rt  8 
Verona  WI  53593 

OPH 

Davis  Matthew  D 

F4/340 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-6070 

GS  TS  CDS 
DeCock,  David  G 
1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8000 

PA  OS 

DeDennis,  Susana  R K 
1301  Sherman  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)241-4471 

PS 

Demergian,  Vaughn 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8488 

FP 

Derus,  Gerald  J 

5001  Monona  Dr 
Madison  WI  53716 
(608)  222-3404 

GS 

Detmer,  Don  E 

H4/368  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1388 

OPH 

Devenecia,  Guillermo  B 
F4/384  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

IM  HEM 
DeWitt,  Richard  T 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 


PS 

Dibbell,  David  G 

G5/355 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1367 

OTO 

Dibble,  Phillip  A 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

P 

Dichter,  Howard  N 

2239  Keyes  Ave 
Madison  WI  53711 

PUD  IM 
Dickie,  Helen  Aird 

G5/350 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

OBG 

Diem,  Klaus  D 

20  S Park  St,  #307 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  256-7781 

IM 

Dieter,  Donald  G 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-7107 

ON  IM 
Diggs,  Charles  H 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8000 

OPH  OTO 
Dimond,  Waldo  B 

45  Cambridge  Rd 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  244-5081 

OBG 

Dineen,  Mary  Kay 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8229 

OM  IM 

Dodson,  Vernon  N 

3005  Post  Rd 
Madison  WI  53713 
(608)263-1905 

IM 

Doehlert,  Charles  A 

4410  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53705 

AN 

Doeler,  Terrence  E 
20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

IM 

Doezema,  David 

1204  6th  St 

Las  Vegas  NM  87701 


GP 

Donlin,  William  F 

102  W Main  St 
Belleville  WI  53508 

OTO 

Donovan,  S Thomas 
1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8013 

OTO 

Donovan,  Timothy  J 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

PUD  IM 
Donovan,  William  N 

1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 

OPH 

Dortzbach,  Richard  K 

1025  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  251-2361 

N OPH 
Dreizin,  Ivy  J 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  255-4826 

R OS 

Dudiak,  Stephen 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

OPH 

Duehr,  Peter  A 

3322  Mound  View  Rd 
Verona  WI  53593 
(608)  833-8106 

NS 

Duff,  Thomas  A 

H4/336  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1410 

GP 

Dukerschein,  Franklin  N 

5528  Williamsburg  Rd 
Oregon  WI  53575 

R PDC 
Durnin,  Robert  E 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

PD  HEM 
Dvorak,  Paul  F 

7102  Colony  Dr 
Madison  WI  53717 
(608)252-8181 

ORS 

Dyreby  Jr,  James  R 

3 124  View  Rd 
Madison  WI  53711 

OM 

Ebling,  Paul  R 

2500  Overlook  Ter 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)256-1901 


N CHN 

Edelman,  Frederick  S 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  255-4826 

PS 

Edstrom,  Lee  E 

G5/351  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

R 

Edwards,  John  S 

202  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

N IM 

Bachman,  Peter  L 

H6/548  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-7542 

IM 

Elk,  Robert  L 
POB  1764 
Phoenix  AZ  85001 

PD 

Ellis,  Richard  L 

2630  Amherst  Rd 
Middleton  WI  53562 
(608)  831-2720 

HEM  IM 
Engeler  Jr,  James  E 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8000 

OBG 

Estrin,  Margaret  A 

309  N Owen  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 

IM 

Evans,  Joseph  J 
6122  Hazelwood  Ave 
Indianapolis  IN  46208 

RET 

Ewell,  George  H 
313  Del  Mar  Dr 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  244-2089 

CD  IM 

Famham,  Dennis  J 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

IM 

Farrell,  Robert  X 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

Fedderly,  Bradley  J 

512  W Wilson  St,  #202 
Madison  WI  53703 

PS 

Feierabend,  Theodore  C 

Christian  Med  College 
Ludhiana  Punjab 
India 


OTO 

Finch,  William  W 

1 S Park  St,  #620 
Madison  WI  53715 

IM 

Fisher-Beckfield,  Paul  W 

6681  Grandview  Rd 
Verona  WI  53593 

CHP  P 
Fliegel,  Martin  B 

4510  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-5826 

GP 

Focke,  William  J 
405  E Hudson  St 
Poynette  WI  53955 

OTO  PS 
Ford  Jr,  Charles  N 

F4/270  UW  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

N 

Forster,  Francis  M 

4020  Co  Trk  M 
Middleton  WI  53562 
(608)831-6764 

P 

Fosdal,  Frederick  A 

2727  Marshall  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 

GS  TS 

Foseid,  Oscar  F 
Rt  1 

Black  Earth  WI  53515 
(608)  767-3356 

AN 

France,  Nancy  K 
B6/388  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

OPH 

France,  Thomas  D 

F4/330 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-6414 

OTO 

Frank,  Terrence  W 

7401  Century  PI,  #8 
Middleton  WI  53562 

DR 

Friday,  Richard  O 

1050  Woodrow  St 
Madison  WI  53711 

P N 

Fullerton,  Donald  T 

5905  Hempstead  Rd 
Madison  WI  5371 1 
(608)  263-7013 


14 


DANE 


FP 

Gage,  Robert  B 

14  Shefford  Cir 
Madison  WI  53719 
(608)  846-3741 

P 

Ganser,  Leonard  J 

1 W Wilson  St,  POB  7851 
Madison  WI  53702 
(608)  266-2704 

AN 

Garnett,  Gordon  M 

POB  4256 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  271-7095 

AN 

Garnett,  James  G 

130  N Kenosha  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-1560 

Geldner,  Peter  D 

612  Univ  Ave,  #24 
Madison  WI  53715 

PD 

Geppert,  Charles  H 

1313  Fish  Flatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8181 

PD 

Geppert,  Thomas  V 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

Giese,  William  L 

1917  Simpson  St 
Madison  WI  53713 

IM 

Gilbert,  Robert  D 

1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 

IM  CD 

Giles,  Laurence  T 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-5188 

P 

Glover,  Benjamin  H 

VA  Medical  Ctr 
Tomah  WI  54660 
(608)  372-3971 

P 

Godfrey,  Charles  B 

4828  Emerson  Ave  S 
Minneapolis  MN  55409 

R 

Golden,  Farrell  F 

3921  Plymouth  Cir 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-5734 

R 

Gollin,  Frank  F 

4924  Whitcomb  Dr 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  274-4184 


OBG 

Goodman,  William  M 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

Gosewehr,  Jim  A 
2118  Allen  Blvd,  #3 
Middleton  WI  53562 

IM 

Gottlieb,  Abraham  M 

101  Alma  St,  #103 
Palo  Alto  CA  94301 
(415)322-0608 

R NM 

Gould,  Howard  R 

Dept  of  Radiology 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608) 263-8298 

N 

Graebner,  Robert  W 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8152 

U 

Graf,  Richard  A 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-1454 

IM 

Graham,  David  T 

H4/410  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-3039 

AN 

Grahek,  Anthony  S 

1404  Nishishin  Trl 
Monona  WI  53716 
(608)  222-8779 

AN  OS 
Green,  Ray  E 
1835  Wisconsin  Ave 
Sun  Prairie  WI  53590 

U 

Greenberg,  Earl  B 
1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  241-4611 

GP  GS 
Grinde,  John  M 

528  Linde  St 
De  Forest  WI  53532 
(608)  846-5661 

PD 

Gutcher,  Gary  R 

202  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

GS  PDS 

Gutenberger,  James  E 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 


GS  PS 

Guthrie,  Stephen  D 

4125  Mandan  Crescent 
Madison  WI  5371  1 
(608)  238-8695 

Gutzke,  Glen  E 
542  Marigold  Dr 
Madison  WI  53713 

PM  OS 
Halpern,  Daniel 

E3/350 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

PS 

Hamacher,  John  E 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

AN 

Handa,  Yoshio 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

GPM 

Handy,  George  H 

6 Whitcomb  Cir,  #4 
Madison  WI  5371 1 
(608) 271-2188 

OBG 

Haning  Jr,  Ray  V 

600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

OBG 

Hank,  George  C 
1337  Chicago  Dr,  Rt  1 
Friendship  WI  53934 

Hansen,  Judith  A 

724  S 112th  St 
West  Allis  WI  53214 

PD 

Hansen,  Marc  F 
4201  Wanetah  Trl 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)263-1701 

OM 

Harper,  Samuel  B 

3 Bayside  Dr 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  249-6924 

IM  RHU 

Harrington  Jr,  John  T 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8050 

OTO  A 

Hartridge,  Theodore  L 

5501  Tonyawatha  Trl 
Madison  WI  53716 

PM  R 

Harvey,  Richard  F 

E3/350 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608) 263-8632 


FP 

Hecht,  Rudolph  C 

777  S Mills  St,  #2820 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  263-4550 

FP 

Heggestad,  Kay  A 
4221  Venetian  La 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)221-1501 

ORS 

Heiden,  Jack  D 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-3961 

FP 

Heighway,  Thomas  F 
2009  Mayflower  Dr 
Middleton  WI  53562 
(608)836-1091 

OBG 

Henderson,  Perry  A 

202  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  262-3864 

CD  IM 

Henderson,  Robert  R 

4927  Tonyawatha  Trl 
Madison  WI  53716 

IM 

Hendricks,  Richard  J 

1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)241-4611 

OPH 

Hermundstad,  Orin  A 

1520  Vernon  St 
Stoughton  WI  53589 
(608)  873-3314 

OBG 

Herzog,  Paul  A 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

IM 

Hetsko,  Cyril  M 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8000 

AN 

Hill,  John  A 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

IM 

Hill,  Nels  A 

4032  Mandan 
Madison  WI  5371 1 
(608)  233-2662 

IM  CD 

Hinderaker,  Paul  H 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

RHU  IM 
Hirsch,  Thomas  J 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608) 252-8050 


AN 

Hirschler,  Charles  W 
717  Huron  Hill 
Madison  WI  53711 

IM 

Hisgen,  William  J 
20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-7107 

AN 

Hoff,  Allan  D 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-6464 

AN 

Hoffman,  Philip  A 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

AN 

Hogan,  Larry  H 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

GS 

Holmgren,  Luther  E 

2908  Oxford  Rd 
Madison  WI  53705 

PD 

Hopkins,  Charles  E 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

PD  PH 

Howe,  Gertrude  E 
POB  235 

Fish  Creek  WI  54212 
ORS 

Huffer,  James  M 
9 N Rock  Rd 
Madison  WI  53705 

IM 

Hummer,  Francis  L 

9530  Oak  Ridge  Dr 
Sun  City  AZ  85351 

IM  PH 
Hunt,  Vernon  B 

H4/416UW  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-7500 

US 

Hunter,  Amy  L 

631  Las  Diamantes 
Green  Valley,  AZ  85614 

IM  PUD 
Hurst,  Dorsey  W 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

OPH 

Hutson,  Clare  F 

1025  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53715 


DANE 


15 


IM 

Hutter,  Adolph  M 

34  Golf  Course  Rd 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  249-3261 

PD 

lams,  Alexander  M 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

GP 

Ingwell,  Clayton  L 

630  Terrace  Rd 
Deerfield,  WI  53531 
(608)764-5183 

PTH  OPH 
Inhorn,  Stanley  L 

465  Henry  Mall 
Madison  WI  53706 

OBG 

Jackson,  C Robert 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  256-7781 

AN 

Jacobsen,  Paul  M 

3159  Shady  Oak  La 
Verona  WI  53593 
(608) 845-8035 

PTH 

Jaeschke,  Walter  H 

2313  Kendall  Ave 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  233-3694 

FP 

Janicek,  Don  R 

333  W Mifflin  St 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  256-3171 

IM 

Jantz,  Keith  G 

7100  Mineral  Point  Rd 
Madison  WI  53717 

NS 

Javid,  Manucher  J 

H4/346 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1410 

Jensen,  Joan  M 

140  Lakewood  Gardens 
Madison  WI  53704 

IM 

Jensen,  Norman  M 

6210  Davenport  Dr 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  263-8582 

OPH 

Johnson,  Elmer  E 

4513  Vernon  Blvd 
Madison  WI  53705 


IM 

Johnson,  Gary  A 

2509  Homestead  Rd 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  274-1441 

D 

Johnson,  Sture  A M 

10306  Hutton  Dr 
Sun  City  AZ  85351 
(602) 933-2368 

OBG 

Jones,  Judson  E 
285  Carriage  Hill  Dr 
Aurora  IL  60506 

PD 

Joo,  Patricia  A 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8404 

PH 

Jorris,  Edwin  H 

3315  Spring  Mill  Cir 
Sarasota  FL  33579 
(813)921-2384 

P 

Josephson,  Thomas  S 
20  SPark  St,  #403 
Madison  WI  53715 

OBG 

Jovanovic,  Dusan 
5520  Medical  Cir 
Madison  WI  53719 
(608)  274-4100 

FP 

Justl,  Robert  N 

10  Tower  Dr 

Sun  Prairie  WI  53590 

(608)  837-4521 

IM  PYM 
Kabler,  J D 

1552  University  Ave 
Madison  WI  53706 
(608)  262-1885 

OPH 

Kadell,  Jerome  G 

1515  Morrison  St 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8062 

OPH 

Kanner,  Albert  V 

1025  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608) 251-2361 

PD 

Karofsky,  Peter  S 
H6/444  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-9000 

GP 

Kaske,  Earl  T 
5001  Monona  Dr 
Madison  WI  53716 
(608)  222-3404 


P 

Kasuboski,  David  A 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  256-1996 

IM 

Kaufman,  Laryssa  N 
125  S Owen  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 

OPH 

Kaufman,  Paul  L 

F4/328 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

ORS 

Keene,  James  S 
F4/322 CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

GP  OBG 
Keepman,  Jay  P 

2727  Marshall  Crt 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-5824 

GP 

Kellogg,  Lloyd  S 
650  Sodeh  St 
Oregon  WI  53575 

AN 

Kemp,  Allen  D 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

PM 

Kienker,  Karen  A 

234  Randolph  Dr,  #119- D 
Madison  WI  53717 
(608)  833-4963 

Kieser,  Randall  J 

1121  Petra  PI,  #3 
Madison  WI  53713 

IM 

Kilpatrick,  Frank  W 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8511 

AN 

Kilpatrick,  Leslie  G 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

Kimura,  Kenji 

1301  Spring  St,  #207 
Madison  WI  53715 

PH 

Kincaid,  Charles  K 

3036  Waunona  Way 
Madison  WI  53713 
(608)222-6131 

R 

Kirkpatrick,  John  C 

131  W Wilson  St,  #900 
Madison  WI  53703 


OPH 

Klein,  Ronald 

F4/321  CSC 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  263-6641 

R 

Knezevic,  Ivan 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

Knuth,  Christopher  J 

726  W Main  St,  #301 
Madison  WI  53715 

P OS 

Koenecke  Jr,  Fred  H 

2727  Marshall  Crt 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608) 238-9354 

DR 

Kolner,  Edward  H 

4610  Waukesha  St 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-0465 

PD  AI 

Kooistra,  J Brent 

1 S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-7311 

IM  A 

Kopp, -William  L 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

P 

Koppa,  John  F 

106  E Doty  St 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  255-0694 

GP 

Korbitz,  Robert  F 

410  Midland  La 
Monona  WI  53716 

IM 

Kosseff,  Andrew  L 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

R N 

Kozarek,  John  A 

4214  Yuma  Dr 
Madison  WI  53711 

AN 

Kreul,  John  F 

B6/371  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8100 

NS 

Kriss,  Frederick  C 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

A IM 
Kriz,  Robert  J 

1 S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-7311 


TS  GS 

Kroncke,  George  M 
6006  Galley  Crt 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)263-5215 

PM 

Krout,  Robert  M 

202  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  267-6176 

ORS  GS 
Kruse,  Diana  L 

4134  Twin  Valley  Rd,  Rt  6 
Middleton  WI  53562 

U 

Kundert,  Palmer  R 

4924  Whitcomb  Dr 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  274-9317 

FP 

Kuritz,  Robert  R 

5714  Odana  Rd 
Madison  WI  53719 
(608)  274-1100 

PTH  GS 
Kurtycz,  Daniel  F I 

2606  Westbrook  La 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  274-4710 

P 

Kurtz,  Esther  C 

6209  Mineral  Point  Rd 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  271-0078 

OPH 

Kushner,  Burton  J 

3416  Blackhawk  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  251-2361 

US 

Lacke,  Clement  L 
110  S Henry  St,  Apt  1211 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  257-2707 

P 

Land,  James  F 
710  Huron  Hill 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  233-2352 

OTO 

Lange,  Rollo  D 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-4214 

ORS 

Lange,  Thomas  A 

G5/329  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-9138 

R 

Langer  Jr,  Leonard  O 

3302  Leyton  La 
Madison  WI  53713 
(608)  263-8300 


16 


DANE 


NS 

Langheim,  Werner  E 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-4567 

Lanser,  Mark  E 

1309  W Dayton  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

D 

Lands,  Larry  R 

One  S Park,  #540 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  256-0627 

D 

Lantis,  Sharon  D H 

1552  University  Ave,  #415 
Madison  WI  53706 

AN 

Laravuso,  Raymond  B 

B6/387  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8118 

IM 

Larson,  Frank  C 

B4/251  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-7507 

PD  GEN 
Laxova,  Renata 
1500  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53706 
(608)  263-5918 

IM 

Lechmaier,  Timothy  E 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8133 

OPH 

Lemke,  Bradley  N 

1025  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  251-2361 

GS 

Lemmer,  Kenneth  E 

1 1 1 Virginia  Ter 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  233-6782 

IM 

Lempert,  Kenneth  D 

733  Augusta  Ave 
Morgantown  WV  26505 
(304)  293-2551 

US 

Leonard  Jr,  Thomas  A 

5717  Century  Ave 
Middleton  WI  53562 

NS 

Levin,  Allan  B 

H4/338  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1410 


U 

Licklider,  Gary  M 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

P CHP 
Linden,  Robert  E 

5534  Medical  Cir 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  274-0355 

R NM 

Lindgren,  Richard  D 

6006  Green  Tree  Rd 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  255-4573 

PTH  US 
Lindner,  Anton 

9 S Elliott  PI 
Brooklyn  NY  11217 

IM  PUD 
Lingenfelter,  Mark  S 

4701  Sheboygan  Ave,  #118 
Madison  WI  53705 

P 

Link,  Rudolf  W 

5534  Medical  Cir 
Madison  WI  53711 

FP 

Lloyd,  Baldwin  E 

524  W Verona  Ave 
Vernona  WI  53593 
(608)  845-9531 

PTH 

Lloyd,  Ricardo  V 
Box  M045 
1335  E Catherine  St 
Ann  Arbor  MI  48109 

CD  IM 
Logan,  Donald  C 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8019 

R 

Logan,  Richard 

2147  Middleton  Bch  Rd 
Middleton  WI  53562 
(608)  267-6094 

TS  GS 
Longley,  B Jack 
14  Merlham  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-1842 

N 

Lubar,  Howard  S 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  255-4826 

P 

Lubing,  Harold  N 

5534  Medical  Cir 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  274-0355 


ORS 

Lucas,  George  L 
2704  Marshal]  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-9311 

AN 

Lucia  Jr,  George  E 
20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

OBG 

Luetke,  William  V 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

PD 

Luyet,  Francois  M 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

PYA  P 

Lyons,  William  H 

30  W Mifflin  St,  #701 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  256-2869 

GS  OS 

Mackman,  Sanford 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8477 

AN 

Madsen,  Renate  E 

24  Fuller  Ct 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  244-3067 

ORS 

Maguire,  Carl  D 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8053 

ORS 

Mahaffey,  Howard  W 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8457 

U 

Mahler,  John  H 

20  S Park  St,  #405 
Madison  WI  53715 

U 

Malek,  Gholan  H 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8555 

IM  ON 
Manalo,  Felipe  B 

One  South  Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

OTO 

Manhart,  Harold  E 

One  S Park  St,  #620 
Madison  WI  53715 

AN 

Manhart,  Richard  A 

Rt  2 Maurer  Rd 
Cross  Plains  WI  53528 


OTO 

Mann,  Charles  H 

One  South  Park  St,  #620 
Madison  WI  53715 

PS  GS 

Manning,  Bradley  L 

1 108  Nishishin  Tr  NE 
Madison  WI  53716 
(608)  221-2459 

P 

Mannis,  Kent  S 

2725  Marshal]  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 

N PD 

Mantovani,  John  F 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

FP 

Marina,  Otilia  A 

2411  Parmenter  St 
Middleton  WI  53562 

CRS 

Marlow,  Gordon  V 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-2112 

P 

Marshall,  John  R 

D6/246  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-6109 

OS 

Martyn,  Kurt  R 

1560  N Sandberg  Ter 
#1012J 

Chicago  IL  60610 
R GS 

Matallana,  Raul  H 

3538  Topping  Rd 
Madison  WI  53705 

Matoska,  Lisa  M 

4801  Sheboygan  Ave,  #9 
Madison  WI  53705 

AN 

McAleavy,  John  C 
POB  207 

Hendersonville,  TN  37075 
IM 

McAweeney,  William  J 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

ORS 

McBeath,  Andrew  A 

G5/327  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

PD 

McCabe,  Edward  B 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 


PD 

McCann,  Michael  L 

6602  University  Ave 
Middleton  WI  53562 

AN 

McClung,  John  L 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

GS 

McDermott,  John  P 

One  S Park  St,  #500 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-3753 

OTO  PS 

McDonald,  Michael  H 

2370  Co  Hwy  MM 
Oregon  WI  53575 

D 

McDonald,  Robert  A 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-801 1 

FP 

McHenry,  Michael  G 

213  Parkview  La 
Verona  WI  53593 

McHugh,  Ruth  M 

405-1  Eagle  Heights 
Madison  WI  53705 

U 

McIntosh,  James  F 

209  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-1454 

OBG 

McLeod,  Paul  A 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

OTO 

McMillan,  Willis  G 

One  S Park  St,  #620 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-3696 

Mead,  Robert  C 

118  Breese  Ter,  #M 
Madison  WI  53705 

TS  GS 

Mendenhall,  John  T 

2500  Overlook  Ter 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  256-1901 

AN 

Merkow,  Alan  J 

18  Canterbury  Cir 
Madison  WI  53711 

AN 

Mescher,  Thomas  J 
7862  Paulson  Rd  Rt  9 
Verona  WI  53593 


DANE 


17 


P 

Meyer,  Charles  T 

20  S Park  St,  #403 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  256-19% 

PD 

Meyer,  Thomas  C 
610  Walnut  St 
Madison  Wl  53706 
(608)  263-2852 

FP 

Micke,  Bernard  F 

5714  Odana  Rd 
Madison  WI  53719 

P 

Miezio,  Stanley 
5534  Medical  Cir 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  274-0355 

N 

Miley  III,  Charles  E 

2115  Madison  St 
Madison  WI  53711 

OTO 

Miller,  Gary  T 

7461  Colosseum  Ct,  #4 
Rockford  IL  61 107 

GS 

Millis,  Gregory  B 
1517  Rae  La 
Madison  WI  53711 

GS  OS 

Mohs,  Frederic  E 

G5/250  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-6226 

CD  IM 

Morledge,  John  H 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8525 

RET 

Morrison,  Marriott  T 

315  S 5th  St 

Mount  Horeb  WI  53572 
(608)  437-8105 

FP 

Morton,  Luther  J (DO) 
1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 

D 

Moss  Jr,  Hubert  V 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

U RET 
Mueller,  John  J 

1527  Wood  La 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  233-7923 

Murphy,  John  W 

1300  University  Ave,  #3101 
Madison  WI  53706 


N 

Murphy,  M John 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  255-4826 

CD  IM 

Musser,  W Eugene 
202  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

OBG 

Mussey,  William  C 
1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8160 

OPH  OS 
Myers,  Frank  L 

F4/348  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1468 

OPH 

Nahn,  Charles  E 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8012 

GP  FP 
Nelson,  David  L 

1520  Vernon  St 
Stoughton  Wl  53589 
(608)  873-7772 

GP 

Nelson,  Eugene  J 
216  W Main  St 
Sun  Prairie  WI  53590 

IM 

Nelson,  John  M 

202  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  267-6320 

GP 

Nereim,  Theodore  J 

704  View  Ct 

Mount  Horeb  WI  53572 

(608)  437-5377 

GP 

Neuhauser,  Charles  A 

1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 

PD 

Nichol,  Kathryn  P 

2753  Marshall  Pkwy 
Madison  WI  53713 

AN 

Noll,  David  J 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

ORS 

Nordby,  Eugene  J 

2704  Marshall  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-9311 

GP 


PD 

Oakley,  Dorothy  H W 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

PTH 

Oberley,  Terry  D 

420  N Charter  St,  522  SMI 
Madison  WI  53706 
(608)  263-3072 

CHP 

O’Connor,  Robert  E 

2727  Marshall  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-9354 

FP 

Olson,  Janet  E 

709  Hanley  Dr 
Sun  Prairie  WI  53590 

OBG 

Olson,  Ronald  W 

202  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  267-6306 

GP 

Olson,  Warren  A 

600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-7525 

O’Marro,  Steven  D 

5542  Century  Ave 
Middleton  WI  53562 

OPH 

Oosterhous,  George  E 
20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-5422 

PD 

Osborn,  Sandra  L 

1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  241-461 1 

A 

Ouellette,  John  J 

One  S Park  St,  #600 
Madison  WI  53715 

FP  EM 
Paster,  Robert  M 

726  N Main  St 
Oregon  WI  53575 
(608)  835-7766 

OBG 

Peckham,  Ben  M 

H4/645A  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1202 

ORS 

Pellegrino  Jr,  Ernest  A 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8191 


TS  GS 
Pellett,  John  R 

G5/317  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1383 

N P 

Peters,  Henry  A 

600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

P 

Peters,  Mary  E 

4413  Somerset  La 
Madison  WI  53711 

OPH 

Peterson,  Donald  A 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-1481 

Peterson,  Lon  B 

919  E Dayton  St 
Madison  WI  53701 

GP 

Peterson,  Rodney  K 

3220  Giehler  Rd 
Stoughton  WI  53589 

N 

Peterson,  William  G 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  255-4826 

FP 

Phelps,  Lynn  A 

1225  Burning  Wood  Way 
Madison  WI  53704 

R 

Pietan,  Jerald  H 

7833  Oxtrail  Way 
Verona  WI  53593 

PTH 

Piper,  Philip  G 

1000  Mineral  Point  Rd 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-6000 

Pittman,  Donna  M 

545  W Johnson  St,  #1 
Madison  WI  53703 

NS 

Pitts  Jr,  Frederick  R 

Colonia  del  Prado 
Cuidad  Colon  de  Mora 
Costa  Rica 

CHP  P 
Pizer,  Evan  F 
2725  Marshall  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-7343 

ORS 

Plzak,  George  J 
6018  S Highlands  Ave 
Madison  WI  53705 


Nordholm,  Vincent  W 
1829  Brooklyn  Dr 
Stoughton  WI  53589 


TS  CDS 
Pois,  Allen  J 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

IM  PUD 
Priest,  Geoffrey  R 
345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8515 

PD 

Prouty,  Margaret  J 

3110  Wacheeta  Tr 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  222-5017 

IM  GE  RET 
Puestow,  Karver  L 

2113  Adams  St 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  256-8954 

R 

Puletti,  Joyce  K 

K4/B24  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8500 

PD 

Pulver,  Nathaniel  J 

One  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-9700 

IM 

Quisling,  Abraham  A 

1918  Rowley  Ave 
Madison  WI  53705 

IM 

Quisling,  Sverre 
6 Whitcomb  Cir,  #16 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  273-1940 

GS 

Rahm  Jr,  John  P 

5001  Monona  Dr 
Madison  WI  53716 
(608)  222-3404 

NS 

Ramirez,  Lincoln  F 

600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1410 

R 

Rank,  Philip  P 

309  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

AN 

Rapkin,  Mitchell  A 

810  Blue  Ridge  Pkwy 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  233-7004 

Rasmussen,  Carl  A 

4859  Sheboygan  Ave 
Madison  WI  53705 

Reich,  Scott 
701  Pirate  Is,  #212 
Monona  WI  53716 


18 


DANE 


GP  RET 
Rens,  John  L 

1659  Capital  Ave,  #4 
Madison  W1  53705 
(608)  231-1759 

Rens,  Lori  J 

2302  Univ  Ave,  #230 
Madison  WI  53705 

GS 

Rice,  Maurice  G 

502  Madison  Ave 
Plover  WI  54467 
(715)  341-2979 

R 

Rich,  Frederick  M 

5530  Medical  Cir 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  274-1422 

IM 

Richtsmeier,  Anthony  J 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-7107 

D 

Ridgway,  Hal  B 

1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  241-461 1 

OTO 

Rietz,  Daniel  R 

7838  E Oakbrook  Cir 
Madison  WI  53717 
(608)  263-6190 

Robertson,  Kent  A 

1166  Petra  PI,  #6 
Madison  WI  53713 

IM 

Rock,  William 

1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  241-4611 

ORS 

Rogers,  Sion  C 
814  Ottawa  Tr 
Madison  WI  53711 

ORS 

Rogerson,  John  S 
4421  Winnequah  Rd 
Monona  WI  53716 

R 

Roggensack,  George  F 
1014  Hillside  Ave 
Madison  WI  53705 

OBG 

Roley,  Everett  L 

20  S Park  St,  #408 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-4386 

ORS 

Rolnick,  David  J 

345  w Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8456 


IM 

Rose  Jr,  James  W 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8000 

IM 

Rosenberg,  William  H 

7606  Knights  Cir 
Middleton  WI  53562 
(608)  833-7500 

OPH 

Roth,  Harry 

1025  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

Rothstein,  Laurence 

5021  Old  Middleton  Rd,  #12 
Madison  WI  53705 

IM 

Rotter,  Royal 

1901  Monroe  St 
Madison  WI  5371 1 
(608)  256-8363 

R 

Rounds,  Wayne  M 

6218  S Highlands 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  231-2026 

OBG 

Rudat,  Karl  A 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

OBG 

Rudman,  Shewin  M 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8446 

ORS 

Rudy,  Ronald  C 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

FP 

Russell,  Timothy  P 

304  N Bristol  St 
Sun  Prairie  WI  53590 
(608)  837-6145 

FP 

Russell,  William  T 

10  Tower  Dr 

Sun  Prairie  WI  53590 

(608)  837-4521 

R 

Ruzicka,  Francis  F 

E3/362  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

IM 

Ryder  Jr,  Edward  K 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

ORS 

Sachtjen,  Kenneth  M 

2704  Marshall  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-9311 


R 

Sacked,  Joseph  F 

E3/360  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

Sawicki,  Suzanne  C 
314  S Brooks  St,  #2 
Madison  WI  53715 

PTH 

Schafer,  Etheldred  L 

110  S Henry  St,  #1412 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  256-4207 

GP 

Schammel,  Francis  M 

214  S Forrest  St 
Stoughton  WI  53589 
(608)  873-9431 

TR 

Schea,  S Cyprian 
2716  Marshall  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  233-9744 

IM 

Scheckler,  William  E 

777  S Mills  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  263-4550 

R 

Scheer-Williams,  Mary 

600  Highland  Ave,  UW 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8344 

FP 

Scheibel,  William  R 

203  Melody  La 
Verona  WI  53593 
(608)  845-8841 

FP 

Schmelzer,  Richard  G 

5714  Odana  Rd 
Madison  WI  53719 
(608)  274-1100 

AN 

Schmidt,  Carl  W 

49  Lakewood  Gardens  La 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  241-2607 

GP 

Schmidt,  Mary  H 

10  Tower  Dr 

Sun  Prairie  WI  53590 

R 

Schmitz,  Robert  C 

5314  Fayette  St 
Madison  WI  53713 

OBG 

Schneiders,  Edwin  F 
19  Fuller  Dr 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  244-5153 


PD  N 

Schnitzler,  Eugene  R 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  873-7278 

GS 

Schoenbeck,  Phillip  J 

1 10  E Main  St 
Stoughton  WI  53589 
(608)  873-7278 

U 

Schoenenberger,  Anton  P 

6961  Myerlee  Country 
Club  Blvd 

Fort  Myers  FL  33907 
(813)  481-6218 

PD 

Schoenwetter,  Charles  D 
H6/434  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-6477 

ND  CLON 
Schroeder,  John  M 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-0561 

OBG 

Schultz,  Alwin  E 

222  N Midvale  Blvd 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  231-3441 

GP 

Schultz,  Isadore 

317  Cramer  St 
Mazomanie  WI  53560 

GS 

Schulz,  James  T 
1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  241-461 1 

D 

Schuster,  Donald  S 

4414  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-7179 

N 

Schutta,  Henry  S 

600  Highland  Ave,  UW 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-5448 

GP 

Schutz,  Weston  J 

Rt  3 Foxmoor 
Sun  Prairie  WI  53590 
(608)  837-3357 

OBG 

Schwartz,  David  B 

H4/639  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1210 


PTH 

Schwartz,  Sheldon  M 

79  Parkwood  St 
Williamsport  PA  17701 
(717)  322-4883 

AN 

Schwettmann,  Rick  S 

B6/373  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8100 

OTO 

Scott,  John  K 

One  S Park  St,  #620 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-3696 

PTH  EM 
Selliken  Jr,  Joseph 

1094  Dawn  Ln 
Terre  Haute  IN  47802 

ORS 

Semian,  David  W 

One  S Park  St,  #225 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  251-3101 

GS  TS  CDS 
Shannahan,  John  M 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8000 

CHP 

Shapiro,  Robert  B 

5506  Trempealeau  Tr 
Madison  WI  53705 

OBG  END 
Shapiro,  Sander  S 

H4/630  UW  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

P 

Sheldon  Jr,  Edwin  O 

2727  Marshall  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-9354 

NEP  IM 
Shelp,  Weldon  D 

309  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  258-3221 

D 

Shenefelt,  Philip  D 

2759  Florann  Dr 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  262-7793 

CLP  NM 
Shih,  Samuel  C 

36  S Brooks  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  267-6268 

FP 

Shropshire,  Richard  W 

5001  Monona  Dr 
Monona  WI  53716 
(608)  222-3404 


DANE 


19 


FP 

Shultz,  Philip  M 

5001  Monona  Dr 
Madison  WI  53716 

Shuman,  Perry 

1313  St  James  Ct 
Madison  WI  53715 

PM 

Sievert,  Robert  A 
202  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  267-6175 

Sifuentes,  Jorge  L 

810-C  Eagle  Hgts  Apts 
Madison  WI  53705 

IM  END 
Silverman,  Carl  G 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

IM 

Simenstad,  Paul  O 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8133 

IM  GE 
Sims,  John  L 

H6/512  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

GS 

Sinaiko,  Russell  P 
20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  256-3184 

U 

Sisk,  Ira  R 
POB  125 
Verona  WI  53593 

OBG 

Siverhus,  W James 
1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8049 

IM 

Sivertson,  Sigurd  E 

1300  Univ  Ave,  #1245A 
Madison  WI  53706 
(608)  263-2859 

GS 

Skroch,  Eugene  E 
710  Frost  Woods  Rd 
Madison  WI  53716 
(608)  222-8041 

AN 

Slavic-Svircev,  Vera 

B6/356  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

GS  TS 
Smith,  Dean  B 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  2564656 


CHP  P 
Smith,  Jane  C 

4113  Major  Ave 
Madison  WI  53716 
(608)  222-9001 

P 

Smith,  Max  M 

5534  Medical  Cir 
Madison  WI  53711 

OPH 

Sondheimer,  Stuart  P 

1715  Norman  Way 
Madison  WI  53705 

OBG 

Sonek,  Mojmir  G 

H4/648A  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1205 

IM  A 

Songsiridej,  Vanee 

3009  Worthington,  #4 
Madison  WI  53714 

U 

Sonneland  Jr,  Arthur  M 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

OBG 

Speichinger,  James  P 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  2574386 

GP  OBG  RET 
Sprague,  Lindley  V 

4705  Co  Trk  M 
Middleton  WI  53562 
(608)  233-5515 

Sprague,  Mary 
POB  651 

Marshall  WI  53559 
AN 

Springman,  Scott  R 

600  Highland  Ave,  UW 
Madison  WI  53792 

GS 

Starling,  James  R 

9 Carillion  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  233-7556 

R ON 

Steeves,  Richard  A 
600  Highland  Ave,  UW 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8500 

R 

Steffen,  Dennis  H 

309  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

GS  CD 

Steinmetz  Jr,  George  P 
1 10  Ozark  Tr 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-9843 


Stephenson,  Jeffrey  A 

5002  Sheboygan  Ave,  #345 
Madison  WI  53705 

Sterken,  Gary  W 

3528  Cross  St 
Madison  WI  53711 

OPH 

Stevens,  Thomas  S 
208  Lathrop  St 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  231-2841 

PTH 

Stevenson,  Donald  J 

3443  Edgehill  Pkwy 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-2108 

R 

Stieghorst,  Michael  F 

600  Highland  Ave,  UW 
Madison  WI  53792 

AN 

Stoerker,  Ruth  A 

1910  Waunona  Way 
Madison  WI  53713 

PTH 

Stone,  Dennis  W 

36  S Brooks  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

IM 

Straughn,  Robert  A 

263  Emporia,  #5 
San  Antonio  TX  78209 

AN 

Strohm,  John  M 

6315  Century  Ave,  #5 
Middleton  WI  53562 
(608)  831-6920 

OPH 

Sturm,  Rodney  J 

1025  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

Summerville,  John  W 

530  N Eau  Claire  Ave,  #104 
Madison  WI  53705 

Swensen,  Stephen  J 

Eagle  Hgts  Apts,  #104K 
Madison  WI  53705 

AN 

Sykes,  W Stuart 

B6/387  UW  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 

FP 

Syty,  Joseph 
107  Church  St 
Sun  Prairie  WI  53590 
(608)  837-5158 

OTO 

Taborsky,  Charles  R 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  2574214 


IM  A RET 
Talbot,  John  R 

1422  W Skyline  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  233-3305 

IM 

Taylor,  Benton  C 

3906  Priscilla  La 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-2934 

AN 

Taylor  Jr,  Claude  A 

6341  Landfall  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 

N 

Tegtmeyer  Jr,  Gamber  F 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  2554826 

PD 

Tenney,  H Kent 

1155  Farwell  Dr 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  244-5569 

PD 

Tenney  III,  Horace  K 

125  S Webster  St 
POB  7841 
Madison  WI  53707 
(608)  266-3886 

IM 

Thom,  Michael  L 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

FP 

Thomas,  Stephen  C 
5001  Monona  Dr 
Madison  WI  53716 
(608)  222-3404 

AN  EM 
Thorn,  Nancy  E 

2653  Chamberlain  Ave 
Madison  WI  53705 

P 

Thomer,  Brooke  J 

2639  Mason  St 
Madison  WI  53705 

IM  GE 

Thune,  Ronald  G 

1614  Golden  Oak  La 
Madison  WI  5371 1 
(608)  274-7959 

P N 

Thurrell,  Richard  J 

B6/256  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-6081 

NS 

Tibbetts,  James  C 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  2554826 


AN 

Tompkins,  Bonnie  M 

B6/381  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8119 

OBG 

Torhorst,  James  B 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

GP  U 

Tormey  Jr,  Thomas  W 

2453  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  2414445 

PD 

Torstenson,  Ordean  L 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

N 

Toussaint,  John  B 

317  Knutson  Dr 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  249-2151 

OPH 

Toussaint  Jr,  Norbert  F 

5838  Timberland  Tr 
Fitchburg  WI  53711 

OBG 

Tunca,  Josh  C 

H4/638  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1210 

GP 

Tweeten,  J Kent 

333  W Mifflin  St 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  256-0523 

P 

Tybring,  Gilbert  B 

5534  Medical  Cir 
Madison  WI  53714 
(608)  274-0355 

P 

Urben,  Walter  J 

1219  Wellesley  Rd 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  233-7776 

IM  GE 

Vander  Meer,  James  E 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

US 

Van  Riper,  Hart  E 

500  SE  21st  Ave 
Deerfield  Beach  FL  33441 
(305)  428-1265 

Van  Ruiswyk,  Jerome 

415  N Henry  St,  #7 
Madison  WI  53703 

IM 

Vastola  Jr,  Anthony  P 

4410  Regent  St 
Madison  WI  53705 


20 


DANE— DODGE 


ORS 

Vogt,  George  H 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-3961 

FP 

Vollrath,  Victoria  A 

5722  Raymond  Rd 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  271-2333 

Vukovich,  Jonathan 

520  S Brooks  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

OPH 

Wallow,  Ingolf  H L 

F4/370  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-6646 

GP 

Walsh,  Eugene  J 

2830  Dryden  Dr 
Madison  WI  53704 

P 

Walton,  Judith  D 

6411  Mound  Dr 
Middleton  WI  53562 

Wargowski,  David 

12  Sherman  Ter,  #5 
Madison  WI  53704 

FP 

Warrick,  James  D 

111  S Mills  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  263-3111 

IM 

Warrick  Jr,  Louis  F 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

R 

Waskow,  William  L 

Rt  2,  Box  110-N 
Brooklyn  WI  53521 
(608)  835-7414 

IM 

Waterhouse,  Blake  E 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

AN 

Waters,  Darwin  D 

1008  Farwell  Ct 
Madison  WI  53704 

U 

Waters,  Raul  F 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8000 

OBG 

Watts,  Alice  D 
POB  84 

Oregon  WI  53575 
(608)  835-3014 


PD 

Weatherhogg,  Curtis  R 

20  SPark  St,  #303 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  251-6440 

GS  U 

Wegenke,  John  D 
6613  Inner  Dr 
Madison  WI  53705 

R 

Wegner,  Gene  P 
4815  Tonyawatha  Tr 
Madison  WI  53716 

PS 

Weiner,  Michael  A 

5520  Medical  Cir,  #A 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  271-0578 

US 

Welke,  Ernest  G 
1310  Morrison  St 
Madison  WI  53703 

IM 

Welnick,  Richard  O 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-7107 

GS 

Wenger,  Ronald  D 

1912  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  241-461 1 

FP 

Wertsch,  Paul  A 

4221  Venetian  La 
Madison  WI  53704 
(608)  221-1501 

CHP 

Westman,  Jack  C 

D6/292  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-6097 

IM 

Weston,  Carl  B 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 

IM 

Weston,  Frank  L 

166  Lakewood  Blvd 
Madison  WI  53704 

US 

Wheeler,  Robert  M 

21 19  NE  16th  Ave 
Ft  Lauderdale  FL  33305 
(305)  565-1468 

ORS 

Whiffen,  John  R 

2704  Marshall  Ct 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  238-9311 


FP 

Whitehouse,  Robert  J 

3602  Atwood  Ave 
Madison  WI  53714 
(608)  244-6598 

OBG 

Whitsitt,  Raymond  E 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

OTO 

Whitt,  David  L 

29  S Hillside  Ter 
Madison  WI  53705 

R OS 

Wiley  Jr,  Albert  Lee 

K4/113B  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8500 

IM  PUD 
Wilkie,  James  M 
Rt  1 

Cross  Plains  WI  53528 
(608)  831-5410 

IM  NEP 
Wilson,  Henry  M 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  249-7694 

Windsor  Jr,  Richard  B 

45  N Orchard  St,  #113 
Madison  WI  53715 

P 

Winston,  Frank 

Nine  Odana  Ct 
Madison  WI  53719 
(608)  271-5615 

R 

Winston,  Margaret  C 

1029  Spaight  St,  #3C 
Madison  WI  53703 

R 

Wirtanen,  George  W 

600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8500 

OPH 

Wise,  James  P 
20  S Park  St,  #401 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  257-5422 

ORS 

Wixson,  Richard  C 

739  Little  Sister  Rd 
Rt  1,  Box  92C 
Sister  Bay  WI  53234 

DR 

Wojtowycz,  Myron 
306  N Gammon  Rd 
Madison  WI  53717 


GS 

Wolberg,  William  H 

K4  CSC 

600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8604 

OTO 

Wolter,  Robert  K 

600  Highland  Ave,  UW 
Madison  WI  53792 

Woo,  See  Sim 
434  W Mifflin,  #121 
Madison  WI  53703 

P 

Wood,  William  W 

5534  Medical  Cir 
Madison  WI  53711 
(608)  274-0355 

Woodbum  Jr,  James  D 

410  S Orchard  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

NS 

Woodford,  John  E 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  252-8022 

IM 

Woroch,  Gary 

1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd 
Madison  WI  53715 

ORS 

Worsing  Jr,  Robert  A 

3244  E Douglas 
Wichita  KS  67208 

R RET 
Wyner,  Stanley  F 
POB  4158 
Madison  WI  53711 

GS  TS 
Yale,  Charles  E 
G5/357  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-1383 

CD  GS 

Young,  William  P 

1239  Wellesley  Rd 
Madison  WI  53705 

PD 

Yu,  Kok-Peng 

210  Green  Lake  Pass 
Madison  WI  53705 

PD 

Zachman,  Richard  D 

202  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 
(608)  262-6178 

Zarling,  Craig 

1009  Vilas  Ave 
Madison  WI  53715 


N 

Zerofsky,  Ronald  A 

20  S Park  St 
Madison  WI  53715 

Zierneskie,  Joseph  D 

529  N Pinckney  St,  #10 
Madison  WI  53703 

ORS 

Zoellner,  Gary  B 

345  W Washington  Ave 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  252-8458 

IM 

Zolot,  Marvin  M 
1901  Monroe  St 
Madison  WI  5371 1 
(608)  256-8303 

GS 

Zonnebelt,  Steven  M 

155  W 27th  St 
Holland  MI  49423 

R 

Zwiebel,  William  J 

E3/380  CSC 
600  Highland  Ave 
Madison  WI  53792 
(608)  263-8312 


DODGE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GS  CDS 
Ali,  M Ahmad 

130  Warren  St,  #102 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 

PD 

Bachhuber,  Michael  W 

410  Short  St 
Mayville  WI  53050 
(414)  387-2111 

ORS 

Barajas,  Rafael 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-1645 

R 

Bartholmai,  Jack  R 

Rt  4,  Box  182 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-1505 

GP  GS 
Bender,  Roger  I 

205  S University  Ave 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  885-4747 

ORS 

Berry  , James  S 
130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-8491 


DODGE— DOOR/KEWAUNEE 


21 


GS 

Boock,  Robert  F 

130  Warren  St,  #102 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  885-5576 

FP 

Bush,  Curtis  W 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-1753 

FP 

Cody,  Edward  F 

1200  N Center  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-7101 

R 

Cook,  R Sanford 

3339  Hunt  Club  Dr 
Clearwater  FL  33519 
(813)  785-4811 

RET 

Cupery,  Dowe  P 
POB  247 

Markesan  WI  53946 
(414)  398-2022 

IM  FP 

Cupery,  Stanley  G 

1200  N Center  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-7101 

FP 

Damon,  Richard  A 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  885-4433 

OPH 

Davis,  George  E 
130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-1151 

OPH 

Davis,  Thayer  C 
130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-1151 

GP 

Drescher,  George  G 
215  N Center  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  885-3614 

OPH 

Ehrhardt,  Alan  A 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-1151 

ABS  GS 

Erickson,  Norman  W 
130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-1613 

ABS 

Funcke,  William  E 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-0377 


GP 

Haessly,  Frederic  G 
107  E Center  St 
Juneau  WI  53039 
(414)  386-4479 

FP 

Hansell,  Charles  E 

1511  Park  Ave,  Box  327 
Columbus  WI  53925 
(414)  623-2240 

GP 

Karsten,  Frederik  A 

514  E Lake  St 
Horicon  WI  53032 
(414)  485-4557 

IM 

Klomberg,  Gerald  H 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-1711 

GP 

Langenfeld,  Gregory  P 

317  Church  St 
Theresa  WI  53091 
(414)  488-3101 

GP 

Link,  Darrell  L 

1200  N Center  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-7101 

GS 

Militello,  Joseph  M 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-0379 

PTH 

Molina,  Rodolfo 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  885-9231 

AN 

Park,  Jang  Bu 

707  University  Ave 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 

GP 

Petters,  William  J 

600  Fern  St 
Waupun  WI  53963 
(414)  324-5543 

OTO 

Prell,  Vicki  R 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-1373 

FP 

Qualls,  Charles  L 

1 12  E Maple  Ave 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  885-4813 

DR  R 

Rawlins,  Steven  J 

138  Front  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 


PTH 

Richards,  William  G 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  885-9231 

GP  GS 
Roberts,  Rob  R 

W2483  North  Shore  La 
Onalaska  WI  54650 

PTH 

Rowan,  Theodore 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  885-9231 

IM  PD 

Samadani,  Ayaz  M 
130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-7731 

GS 

Schrank,  Leonard  W 

600  Fern  St 
Waupun  WI  53963 

FP 

Schroeder  II,  Norman  J 

1200  Center  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 

GP 

Schulz,  Norman  H 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-1704 

FP 

Smith,  John  A 

Rt  1,  Hwy  28 
Horicon  WI  53032 
(414)  485-4341 

GP 

Snook,  William  H 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  885-9238 

PTH 

Sullivan,  John  F 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  885-9231 

IM  CD 
Szweda,  John  A 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-0350 

IM  NEP 
Tu,  Her-Lang 

14  Beaver  Dam  St 
Waupun  WI  53963 
(414)  324-451 1 

FP 

Urbanek,  Robert  E 

1200  N Center  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-7101 


FP 

Vrabec,  Andrew  P 

605  E South  St,  POB  517 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  885-3369 

U 

Whang,  Ki  Jun 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  887-7654 

PTH 

Wohlwend,  Edward  B 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 
(414)  885-9231 


DOOR 

KEWAUNEE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 


GP  FP 

Ancheta,  Valentino  S 

316  Steele  St 
Algoma  WI  54201 
(414)  487-5266 

GP 

Beck,  John  J 

345  S 18th  Ave 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-7261 

FP 

Brook  Jr,  Jeffrey  J 

108  S 10th  Ave 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-6231 

OBG 

Dean,  James  L 
POB  447 

Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-7261 

R 

Evenson,  Roland  G 

535  S 8th  Ave 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 

PTH 

Faller,  William 

POB  466,  330  S 16th  PI 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-5566 

GP  OBG 
Gilbert,  Francis 

1218  Ellis  St 
Kewaunee  WI  54216 
(414)  388-2121 

GS 

Herlache,  John  L 

345  S 18th  Ave 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-7261 


GP 

Hobson,  Walter  S 

50  S Madison  St 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-2113 

PD 

Holmes,  Ferrin  C 

345- 18th  Ave,  POB  447 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-7261 

GP  CD 
March,  Jack  F 
413  4th  St 
Algoma  WI  54201 
(414)  487-2660 

FP 

McAuliffe,  Edward  P 

345  S 18th  Ave 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 

U 

McFadden,  Michael  R 
POB  447 

Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-7261 

GP 

Nesemann,  Reynold  M 

1304  1st  St 
Kewaunee  WI  54216 
(414)  388-4640 

GP 

Papendick,  David  E 

801  4th  St 
Algoma  WI  54201 
(414)  487-2110 

OPH 

Patience,  Hansi  R 
Park  Farm,  Rt  5 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-9532 

GP 

Regehr,  Edward  H 

1304  1st  St 
Kewaunee  WI  54216 
(414)  388-4640 

GP 

Sheets,  Weldon  G 
108  S 10th  St 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-6231 

PUD  IM 
Stevenson,  John  E 

854  S 15th  Ave 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-8777 

GS  GP 

Tamayo,  Alfonso  G 
1623  Rhode  Island 
POB  107 

Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-3383 

FP 

Timmermans,  Peter  W 

720  Sunset  Ave 
Algoma  WI  54201 


22 


DOOR/ KEWAUNEE — DOUGLAS — EAU  CLAIRE /DUNN /PEPIN 


OBG  GP 
Wagener,  Nicholas  R 

802  N 3rd  Ave 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-6268 

DR  R 

Wake,  Brian  D 

1 1 16  N 3rd  Ave 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-2174 

FP 

Wake,  Joan  P 

1 1 16  N 3rd  Ave 
Sturgeon  Bay  WI  54235 
(414)  743-2174 

FP 

Weisse,  Mark  O 
413  4th  St 
Algoma  WI  54201 

GP 

Wits,  Erie  W 
2233  Grenadier  Dr 
Kings  Pt 

Sun  City  Center  FL  33570 


DOUGLAS 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

R NM 

Al-Azem,  Mohamed  W 

14  Windsor  St 
Superior  WI  54880 

GS 

Berg,  William  D 

2430  Logan  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 

OPH  OTO 
Doyle,  Thomas  J 

1507  Tower  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  394-5171 

FP 

El-Wakil,  Mamdouh  E 

2606  Hammond  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  392-9844 

PD 

Franco,  John  F 

3600  Tower  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  392-8111 

GP 

Fruehauf,  Richard  P 

1514  Ogden  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 

GP  IM 

Giesen,  Conrad  W 
1514  Ogden  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  394-5557 


OBG 

Johnson  Jr,  Fred  G 

3600  Tower  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 

R 

Knights,  John  A 

3500  Tower  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  392-8281 

GS 

Krahl,  Enzo 

3600  Tower  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  392-8111 

IM 

Lao,  Antonio  L 

3600  Tower  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  392-8111 

GP 

Lavine,  Israel  H 

3600  Tower  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  392-8111 

R 

Mann,  Robert 

135  N Horizon  Cir 
Prescott  AZ  86301 
(602)  778-5651 

GP 

McGinnis,  James  P 

1653  Meadow  Cir  SE 
Rochester  MN  55901 
(507)  282^1463 

OBG 

Meyer,  Douglas  R 

3600  Tower  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 

ORS  GS 
Muenzner,  Paul  S 

3500  Tower  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  392-6178 

GP  GS 
Picard,  Charles  J 

425  21st  Ave  E 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  398-6612 

U 

Ramesh,  K G 
3600  Tower  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  392-8111 

IM 

Reibold,  Robert  J 

3600  Tower  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 

FP 

Scott,  Clarence  M 
318  21st  Ave  E 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  398-3561 


FP 

Sellers,  Robert  L 

318  21st  Ave  E 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  398-3561 

GP 

Stack  Jr,  Edward  G 

1225  Tower  Ave 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  394-6110 

FP 

Stephenson,  Jon  C 
318  21st  Ave  E 
Superior  WI  54880 
(715)  398-3561 

FP 

Thompson,  Kimberly  M 

318  21st  Ave  E 
Superior  WI  54880 


EAU  CLAIRE 

DUNN 

PEPIN 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 
R 

Aitken,  Herbert  M 

532  Summit  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

OBG 

Al-Khatib,  Irfane  M 

2125  Heights  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  835-4315 

GP 

Bates,  Patrick  J 

1524  Bellinger  St 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  835-9678 

U 

Bayley,  Bruce  C 
733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5222 

PTH  OS 
Beckfield,  William  J 

1221  Whipple  St 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-3205 

AN 

Bjurstrom,  Robert  O 

727  Kenney  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-8721 

GP 

Blink,  Donald  V 

2125  Heights  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 


GP 

Bollinger,  John  T 

1428  Cummings  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  835-2681 

IM 

Borman,  Terrance  R 

733  N Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

N 

Bounds  Jr,  James  V 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  Wr  54701 
(715)  839-5203 

FP 

Brandeland,  Gary  P 

1252  S Dewey  St 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

P 

Brousseau,  Edward  R 
POB  224 

Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-2751 

OPH 

Brown,  Frank  J 

2600  Stein  Blvd 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-8471 

OBG 

Brown,  Richard  C 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5222 

IM 

Brown,  Steven  G 
221 1 Stout  Rd 
Menomonie  WI  54751 
(715)  235-9671 

GS 

Brown,  Thomas  E 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5204 

GP  GS 

Bryant,  Richard  J 

700  3rd  Ave  W 
Durand  WI  54736 
(715)  672-4235 

FP 

Burgfechtel,  Robert 

2211  Stout  Rd 
Menomonie  WI  54751 
(715)  235-9671 

GS  RET 

Cameron,  William  G 

250  Palmer 
c/o  6 Lakes  CC  Est 
N Ft  Myers  FL  33903 
(813)  995-7694 

FP 

Castleberg,  David  L 

707  7th  Ave  W 
Durand  WI  54736 
(715)  672-5981 


NS 

Choudhri,  Fiaz  A 

2125  Heights  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-9541 

FP 

Choudhri,  Saleem  A 

2125  Heights  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-9543 

OBG 

Clark  III,  Daniel  M 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5269 

FP 

Connerly,  Patrick  W 

807  S Farwell  St,  POB  1123 
Eau  Claire  WI  54702 
(715)  839-5176 

P CHP 

Davidson,  Robert  E 

2125  Heights  Dr,  #3H 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-8699 

ORS 

Davis,  Claude  D 
836  Richard  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-2701 

ORS 

Decesare,  William  F 

2920  Sherwin  Ave 
Altoona  WI  54720 

U 

Dennison,  J Randall 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

OPH 

Dow,  C Thomas 

2600  Stein  Blvd 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-8471 

U 

Doyle  Jr,  Thomas  J 

3203  Stein  Blvd 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-4406 

P 

Edson,  Jack  D 
POB  224 

Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-2751 

FP 

Enders,  Gene  G 
733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5316 

AN 

Evans,  John  M 

625  Shoreline  Ct 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 


EAU  CLAIRE /DUNN /PEPIN 


23 


OBG 

Fabiny,  Robert  J 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5220 

FP 

Feigal,  Michael  D 

2211  Stout  Rd 
Menomonie  WI  54751 

PTH 

Fink,  Robert  J 

900  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

N 

Finkel,  Michael  F 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

GP  GS 

Finucane,  Patrick  J 

1620  Ohm  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-2035 

D 

Fitz,  Frederick  W 

515  S Barstow  St 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  832-1625 

FP 

Folkestad,  Charles  L 
2211  Stout  Rd 
Menomonie  WI  54751 
(715)  235-9671 

R 

Frank,  Ralph  C 

3609  Pine  PI 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  835-9101 

IM 

Frase,  Louis  H 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5222 

IM 

Fulks,  Michael  W 

2119  Heights  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  835-0663 

GP 

Garber,  Bradley  G 

Osseo  WI  54758 

GP 

Garber,  Richard  D 

Osseo  WI  54758 

AN 

Gardner,  Brett  L 

6520  S Shore  Dr 
Altoona  WI  54720 
(715)  839-8047 

GP 

Giffen,  Guy  G 
2125  Heights  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  832-3401 


PTH  GP 
Gonlag,  Harry 

Rt  6,  Box  217 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-3205 

IM  NEP 
Gonzaga,  Michael 
1030  Oakridge  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

IM 

Griffith,  Donald  R 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5222 

PTH 

Hadley,  Thomas  W 

900  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

ORS 

Haemmerie,  James  H 

221 1 Stout  Rd 
Menomonie  WI  54751 

P 

Halgrimson,  Kenneth 

POB  224 

Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-2751 

IM 

Happe,  Philip  J 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5222 

GS 

Haumschild,  Ronald  L 

2049  Parkwood 
Toledo  OH  43620 

R NM 

Henke,  Frederick  W 

1740  Royal  Ct 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-2416 

ORS 

Hicks,  Edgar  O 
836  Richard  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-2701 

OBG 

Hill,  Eldon  F 

2125  Heights  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-1571 

CHP  P 
Hirsch,  Martin  S 

2125  Heights  Dr,  03H 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-8699 

IM 

Hoff,  Donald  E 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

OPH 

Hogue,  David  K 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 


GS 

Hudson,  Ralph  F 

1003  Oak  Ridge  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-3988 

US 

Huston,  Harold  C 

624  E Tyler  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

ORS 

I hie,  Charles  M 

105  E Lowes  Creek  Rd 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-4850 

ORS 

Ihle,  Charles  V 
836  Richard  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-2701 

ORS 

Ihle,  Peter  M 

836  Richard  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

OBG 

Johnson,  Daniel  F 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5253 

FP 

Kark,  Richard  A 

1021  Lexington  Blvd  E 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-9464 

U 

Katz,  David  J 

3203  Stein  Blvd 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  835-6548 

AN 

Kelley,  Walter  M 

351  W Heather  Ct 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

CD  NEP 
Kincaid,  Daniel  T 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-3349 

FP 

Kirby,  Kevin  J 

807  S Farwell 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5075 

R 

Kirkham,  Bruce  C 

3737  Claymore  La 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-3073 

PD 

Layde,  John  P 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5201 


GP 

Leasum  Jr,  Robert  N 

774  E 9th  St 
Osseo  WI  54758 

R 

Liegel,  Steven  S 
3932  Cumming  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-9868 

PTH 

Linden,  Richard  P 

122  Canterbury  Rd 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

PD 

Linton,  Randall  L 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

PTH  CLP 
Loken,  Kenneth  O 

1810  E Lehman  St 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 


GP  GS 
Lotz,  Robert  M 

105  Skyline  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  832-3401 

IM  NEP 
Macken,  Patrick  D 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

GS 

Manz,  Carl  W 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

GP 

Manz,  Walton  R 

102  E Grand  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  835-8116 

GS 

Martin,  Keith  E 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54702 
(715)  839-5241 

GP 

Mautz,  William  T 

204  Skyline  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  832-1917 

FP 

Melms  Jr,  Frederick  A 

2211  Stout  Rd 
Menomonie  WI  54751 
(715)  235-9671 

GP 

Menghini,  Peter  P 

3842  Cottonwood  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 


GS  TS 

Memtt,  James  W 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5222 

OPH 

Miller,  David  F 

745  Kinney  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

OPH 

Miller,  George  E 
745  Kenney  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

R 

Moberg,  Thomas  D 

727  Kenney  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-1505 

PD 

Molldrem,  Nathan  D 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5305 

IM  GE 
Motto,  Joseph  D 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5222 

AN 

Narciso,  Alfredo  P 

624  Grover  Rd 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

NS 

Narotzky,  Robert  A 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

GS 

Natwick,  Roger  D 
2211  Stout  Rd 
Menomonie  WI  54751 

PUD  OS 
Nezworski,  Louis  G 
2706  11th  St 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  832-0895 

P N 

Niver,  Edwin  O 

300  Valerie  Dr 
Waverly  OH  45690 
(614)  947-7135 

GE  IM 

Nordstrom,  Charles  R 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5222 

OTO 

Norman,  Stanley  G 
714  W Hamilton  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-3448 

PD 

O'Halloran,  Michael  J 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5222 


P N 

Lorenz,  Albert  A 

2103  Heights  Dr,  POB  264 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-3171 


24 


EAU  CLAIRE/DUNN/PEPIN— FOND  DU  LAC 


OPH 

Olson,  Roy  A 
745  Kenney  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

OTO 

Ostenso,  Richard  S 

310  Chestnut  St 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-5166 

IM 

Owen,  George  E 
733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

OBG 

Pakpreo,  Somrat 

1 16  Canterbury  Rd 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  835-4023 

OPH 

Pederson,  Thomas  E 

1030  Oak  Ridge  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  835-0075 

PTH 

Poeschel,  Bernard  B 

Rt  1,  Box  126 A 
Eleva  WI  54738 

PD 

Read  Jr,  William  T 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-0790 

FP 

Reid,  Dale  L 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

PUD  IM 
Resar,  Roger  K 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5222 

GS 

Rice,  Theresa  C 
5415  Sandy  Grove  Dr 
Kingwood  TX  77339 

GP 

Richards,  Raymond  R 

2125  Heights  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  832-3401 

P 

Rugowski,  James  A 
3903  State  St  Rd 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  835-6400 

OPH 

Rund,  Carroll  D 

444  S Broadway 
Menomonie  WI  54751 
(715)  235-9046 

U 

Sazama,  Richard  C 

3203  Stein  Blvd 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 


D 

Schulz,  Caryn  I 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

R 

Schulz,  Emil 
727  Kenney  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

PTH  RET 
Sheldon,  Warner  F 

351  Country  Club  La 
Altoona  WI  54720 
(715)  834-7578 

FP 

Smith,  Douglas  L 

2618  Beverly  Hills  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5175 

ORS 

Sorensen,  Harold  E 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5280 

AN 

Sperry,  Verne  A 

727  Kenney  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

IM 

Spitz,  Leslie  M 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5222 

GP 

Springer,  Joseph  P 

1127  Oak  wood  Dr 
Durand  WI  54736 

DR  R 

Stenberg,  Jon  R 

727  Kenney  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-1505 

OBG 

Stenzel,  Steven  D 
733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-6731 

AN 

Swanson,  Philip  A 

415  Jefferson  St 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-0321 

AN 

Thimke,  Harry  E 

3746  Patton  St 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-8721 

IM  NEP 

Thirakomen,  Khamnung 

602  Manor  Ct 
Altoona  WI  54720 

P 

Tobin,  Joseph  M 

POB  224 

Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-2751 


R 

Ullrich,  Peter  H 

727-729  Kenney  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-1505 

GP 

Wahl,  George  E 
616  E Grand  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  835-5379 

FP  GER 
Walker,  James  A 
2211  Stout  Rd 
Menomonie  WI  54751 
(715)  235-9671 

GP  GS 
Walter,  Karl  E 

1620  Ohm  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-2788 

GS 

Walter,  William  H 

1030  Oakridge  Dr 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-3988 

FP  OBS 
Willard,  James  E 

2211  Stout  Rd 
Menomonie  WI  54751 
(715)  235-967 1 

FP  HYP 
Wilson,  Louis  J 

807  Farwell,  POB  1123 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5175 

IM  CD 
Wishart,  John  H 

733  Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 

ON  IM 

Woodhouse,  Charles  L 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54702 
(715)  839-5222 

OTO 

Young,  John  B 

714  W Hamilton  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  834-3448 

GP 

Zboralske,  F Frank 

POB  459 

Fall  Creek  WI  54742 
(715)  832-8136 

FP 

Zondag,  Tuenis  D 

733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire  WI  54701 
(715)  839-5279 


FOND  DU  LAC 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

U 

Agnelneri  Jr,  Mauro  J 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

DR 

Antifinger,  Thomas  J 

481  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)921-5546 

OBG 

Arellano,  Eduardo  G 

14  Beaver  Dam  St 
Waupun  WI  53963 
(414)  324-5043 

GP 

Bachus,  Arthur  C 

1005  La  Higuera 
Green  Valley  AZ  85614 
(602)  625-1494 

GS  TS 

Becker,  Norman  O 

505  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  922-3700 

FP 

Cabatbat,  Inocencio  B 
POB  1412 

England  AFB  LA  71301 
(318)  448-5335 

PTH 

Carlovsky,  Robert  E 
222  Cottage  Ave 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

GS  HNS 
Carlson,  Thomas  J 
80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

OPH 

Cerny,  Frank  J 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

IM  PUD 

Chamberlain,  Daniel  F 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

AN 

Chang,  Henry  Ta-Shen 

121  N National  Ave 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-2300 

R 

Charles,  John  E 
214  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

P 

Christenson,  Brian  C 

481  E Division  St,  #700 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-6110 


IM 

Cullen,  Robert  E 

481  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-1300 

GS 

Devine,  Joseph  C 

105  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-8110 

U 

Elliott,  John  T 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  922-8178 

R 

Fischer,  Louis  C 
481  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

OTO 

Flanagan,  Clair  M 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

FP 

Fownes,  Douglas  R 

505  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  922-3700 

GS 

Freeman,  Thomas  E 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

GP 

Friedrich,  Leland  E 

406  Main  St 
Brownsville  WI  53006 
(414)  583-3171 

OTO  OPH 
Gardner,  Linwood  C 

615  Grace  Ave 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

U 

Guth,  Harvey  K 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

ORS 

Hartman,  Bruce  H 

73  E 1st  St 

Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
D 

Hitselberger,  James  F 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

IM 

Horn,  Elsa  B Doroin- 

725  Meadowbrook  La 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  923-5555 

FP 

House,  Robert  H 
POB  96 

Ripon  WI  54971 
(414)  748-6400 


FOND  DU  LAC 


25 


AN 

Hshei,  Te-Shen 

815  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI 54935 

EM 

Huebner,  Jewel  S 

3827  Red  Oak  Ct 
Oshkosh  Wl  54901 
(414)235-0006 

GP  PM 
Johnson,  John  M 

121  W Fond  du  Lac  St 
POB  36 

Ripon  WI  54971 
(414)748-6133 

IM 

Kendell,  William  G 

Box  293  (Beachhead) 
Port  Arkansas  TX  78373 
(512)749-6390 

GS 

Kilboume,  Burton  C 

Rt  2 Box  1 10B 
Ripon  WI  54971-9414 
(414)  748-5368 

PD 

Koll-Frazier,  Jane  H 

27  S Reserve  Ave 
Fond  du  Lac  Wl  54935 
(414)  922-2204 

IM 

Kuglitsch,  John  F 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-4933 

AN 

Kwon,  Tai  Ho 

430  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

PD 

Lawrence,  David  L 

92  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)921-0560 

IM  CD 
Lent,  John  E 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

PD 

Lloren  Jr,  Jose  T 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

OPH 

Mallatt,  William  F 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

OBG 

Massick,  Stephen  A 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 


OBG 

McBride,  F Fuller 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)921-7400 

GP 

McCullough,  James  C 

105  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)921-8110 

FP  GS 

McCullough,  John  C 

105  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)921-8110 

FP 

McCullough,  John  P 

105  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

IM 

McLane,  Hugh  J 

476  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  923-1300 

P 

Meisinger,  George  F 

Rt  3 Box  233C 

Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

(414)921-1506 

GS  CDS 

Mikkelsen,  Robert  H 

505  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

GP  RET 
Miller,  Joseph  F 

Rt  1 Box  242A 
Mount  Calvary  WI  53057 

P 

Moore,  Clarence  E 
481  E Division  St,  #700 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-6110 

FP 

Myers,  Wilbert  E 

505  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  922-3700 

FP 

Nelsen,  Paul  D 
POB  96 

Ripon  WI  54971 
(414)  748-6400 

GS 

Nelson,  David  L 

481  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  922-7158 

AN 

Pallin,  Josephine  N 

2081  Tower  Dr 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

R 

Parrish  Jr,  John  G 

1921  Mullen  Dr 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 


PD 

Pawsat,  Ewald  H 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

FP 

Pelton,  Russell  S 

317  Mt  Zion  Dr,  POB  187 
Ripon  WI  54971 
(414)748-2875 

PS 

Pengtovong,  Lerthai 
1035  Mary  Hill  Pk 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  923-0419 

FP 

Pennings,  Alfred  G 

481  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  922-1900 

FP 

Peters,  John  U 

505  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  922-3700 

PD 

Peterson,  Clifton  R 

92  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)921-0560 

GS 

Ramos,  Teodoro  M 
POB  325 
Ripon  WI  54971 

GP 

Ries,  Michael  F 
406  Main  St 
Brownsville  WI  53006 
(414)583-3171 

OPH 

Rupple,  James  H 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

AN 

Sablay,  Nonito  M 

954  Meadow  La 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-5659 

GP 

Saggio,  Carl  J 

505  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  922-3700 

IM 

Sanfelippo,  Elizabeth  T 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

PD 

Schroeder,  Robert  W 

100  Meadowbrook  Blvd 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7594 


D 

Schuster,  James  E 

333  N Peters  Ave 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  923-1322 

OBG 

Schuster  Jr,  Robert  J 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

OTO 

Shahrokh,  Darius  K 

481  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  922-9696 

GS 

Sharpe  Jr,  Harvey  R 

1000  Mary  Hill  Park  Dr 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

PTH 

Steube,  Ronald  W 

540  Portside  Dr 
Naples  FL  33940 
(813)  1261-1710 

PTH 

Stormo,  Kenneth  A 

430  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

FP 

Swan,  John  C 

Mount  Calvary  WI  53057 
(414)  753-2311 

OPH 

Sweet,  David  F 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

OTO 

Sybesma,  William  G 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-6363 

GS 

Tangen,  Lyn  E 

92  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

OBG 

Theis,  E Howard 

92  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-0560 

GP 

Theisen,  Stephen  A 

Rt  2 Box  73 

Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
IM 

Totel,  Gregory  L 

261  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  Wl  54935 

P 

Treffert,  Darold  A 

459  E 1st  St 

Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

(414)  929-3500 


FP 

Trepanier,  Gay  D 

481  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  922-1900 

AN 

Tsai,  Shogi  Ten 

430  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

GP  GS 

Twohig  Jr,  David  J 

232  Cottage  Ave 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  922-6630 

PD 

Veit,  Kirk  A 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

GS  RET 
Vetter,  Edward  W 

227  Cottage  Ave 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-2399 

IM 

Vrtilek,  Mojmir  R 

92  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-0560 

GP 

Waffle,  Robert  L 

104  S Main  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-1580 

R ON 

Wang,  Hong  Chu 

430  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

IM 

Weber,  David  R 

80  Sheboygan  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-7400 

ORS 

Welsch,  John  A 

73  E 1st  St 

Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  923-0641 

RET 

Wier,  John  Sperry 

Rt  6 777  Hwy  K 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

OPH  OTO 
Wojta,  William  C 
901  Meadow  La,  #14 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

GP 

Yockey,  John  C 

336  Rose  Ave 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)  921-3710 

PTH 

Zemel,  Harry  J 

430  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 
(414)921-2300 


26 


FOREST-GRANT-GREEN 


FOREST 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP 

Castaldo,  Enzo  F 
LaonaWI  54541 
(715)674-3131 

GP 

Rathert,  Burton  S 

POB  278 

Crandon  WI  54520 
(715)478-2413 


GRANT 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

FP  GS 

Bauman,  Kenneth  L 

235  N Madison  St 
Lancaster  Wl  53813 
(608)  723-2131 

GP 

Becher,  Leo  E 
815  W Linden  St 
Lancaster  Wl  53813 
(608)  723-2131 

GP 

David,  John  J 

Cassville  WI  53806 

GP  1M 

Farbstein,  Martin  E 

Hazel  Green  WI  53811 
(608)  854-2231 

PD 

Heersma,  James  R 

124  Iowa  St 
MuscodaWI  53573 
(608)739-3192 

FP 

Hillery,  Glenn  C 

235  N Madison  St 
Lancaster  WI  53813 
(608)  723-2131 

GP 

King,  Cedric  S 

Cuba  City  WI  53807 

GS 

Klein,  Goetz  J 

Hazel  Green  WI  53811 
(608)  854-2231 

GP 

Klockow,  Willard  E 

2nd  St 

Muscoda  WI  53573 

GS  GP 

Lagman,  Raul  M 
Rt  2 

Cuba  City  W I 53807 


GP 

McKichan,  John  M 

1370  N Water  St 
Platteville  WI  53818 
(608)  348-2455 

GP 

McNamee,  James  R 
208  Parker  St 
Boscobel  WI  53805 
(608)  375-4144 

FP 

Mueller,  Carol  E 

208  Parker  St 
Boscobel  WI  53805 
(608)  375-4144 

FP 

Railey,  Robert  M 

235  N Madison  St 
Lancaster  WI  53813 
(608)723-2131 

GP 

Randall,  Emery  M 

208  Parker  St 
Boscobel  WI  53805 
(608)  375-4144 

GP 

Shields  Jr,  Charles  H 

1255  11th  St 
Fennimore  WI  53809 
(608)  822-3231 

FP 

Stader,  Robert  E 

235  N Madison  St 
Lancaster  WI  53813 

FP 

Steidinger,  Charles  L 

1370  N Water  St 
Platteville  WI  53818 

GP  A 

Stone,  Mildred  M S 

507  E Webster  St 
Cuba  City  WI  53807 
(608)  744-2115 

GP 

Stuessy,  Milton  F 
Doctors  Park 
Platteville  WI  53818 
(608)  348-2455 

GP 

Taylor  Jr,  Harold  W 

207  E Skelly  St 
Cuba  City  WI  53807 

IM  A 

Young,  Charles  W 
870  N Elm  St 
Platteville  WI  53818 


GREEN 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

ABS  GP 

Aquino,  Edmundo  C 

145  N Main  St 
Monticello  WI  53570 
(608)  938-4972 

IM  OS 

Austad,  William  R 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7224 

OPH 

Baker,  William  L 

15 15  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 

IM  CD 
Barry,  George  R 
1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 

D 

Baumann,  Robert  R 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 

GP  GS 
Bear,  Nathan  E 

2260  Sixth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 

IM  CD 

Blumenthal,  Melvin  S 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7224 

OTO 

Breadon,  George  E 
1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7378 

U 

Brunkow,  Benjamin  H 

523  St  Clare  Ct 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-6174 

R 

Cline  III,  Ross  L 

515  22nd  Ave 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-0331 

R 

Combs,  James  A 

515  22nd  Ave 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-0331 

GS 

Curry,  James  T 
1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 


GE  IM 

Davis  Jr,  Carleton  B 

Rt  3 Box  229-A 
Monroe  WI  53566 

GS 

Eckstam,  Eugene  E 
2118  20th  Ave 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-2559 

IM  ID 

Erlandson,  Jan  E 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  327-7000 

GS 

Fencil,  Wayne  J 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 

PD 

Frey,  William  B 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 

ORS 

George,  Jacob 
1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 

PTH  FOP 
Gosset,  Franz  R 
515  22nd  Ave 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-0430 

OBG 

Hassler,  Robert  E 
Rt  2 

Monroe  WI  53566 

FP  EM 
Hein,  William  E 

New  Glarus  WI  53574 
(608)  328-4848 

OBG 

Inman,  John  E 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 

IM 

Irvin,  John  M 

2709  Sixth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-6011 

PTH 

Jaramillo,  Carlos  A 
POB  596 

Monroe  WI  53566 
R 

Jerisha,  John  A 

817  15th  Ave,  POB  322 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)325-7108 

N 

Jew,  Sik  Q 
1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7321 


PTH 

Kindschi,  George  W 
RR2  E Forest  Box  10 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)328-7318 

IM 

Kindschi,  Leslie  G 

1770  13th  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-61 14 

D 

Knuteson,  Edward  L 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 

OTO  OPH 
Kundert,  Fred  W 

1750  13th  St 
Mornoe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-6103 

IM 

Maddix,  Bill  L 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7200 

FP 

Marty,  Philipp  H 

New  Glarus  WI  53574 
(608)  527-5296 

IM  CD 

McCauley  Jr,  Charles  S 

2709  Sixth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-6011 

GP  PD 
Miller,  Charles  O 

1726  Lake  Dr 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-3753 

OPH  RET 
Mings,  Dwain  E 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-4211 

GS 

Murray,  Jack  F 

2709  6th  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-6011 

GP 

Nair,  Bharathy  V 

2239  15th  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 

U 

Nair,  Velayudhan  K 

1515  10th  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 

ORS 

Najat,  Hushang 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 


GREEN— GREEN  LAKE/WAUSHARA— IOWA— JEFFERSON 


27 


OBG 

Olson,  Merlin  J 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 

GS  CDS 

Peters,  Terrance  E 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 

IM  GE 
Pollock,  Janies  C 
1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7187 

IM  CD 

Qureshi,  Mehboob  M 

15 15  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 

PD 

Raettig,  Janies  A 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7214 

AN 

Riese,  David  C 
1421  14th  Ave 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-7540 

OBG 

Santiago,  Fernando  S 

2709  Sixth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-601 1 

IM  GE 

Scudamore,  Harold  H 

2612  Fourth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 

GS 

Springer,  Donald  W 

2709  Sixth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-6011 

IM 

StaabJr,  William  J 

15 15  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 

PD 

Stiles,  Frank  C 
1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 

IM 

Stormont,  James  R 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 

P 

Thomas,  R Buckland 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7321 


GS  ORS 
Traul,  Don  G 

1515  10th  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7356 

IM  CD 

Tullett,  Geoffrey  L 

1515  10th  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 

OBG 

Vickerman,  Robert  L 

2106  19th  Ave 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-7116 

IM 

Wichser,  Robert  F 

1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 

R 

Wisnefske,  David  D 
Legler  Rd,  Rt  4,  Box  44 
Brooklyn  WI  53521 
(608)  455-4033 

IM 

Witte,  Keith  B 

3556  Millikin  Ave 
San  Diego  CA  92122 

FP 

Zach,  Robert  G 

Rt  2 

Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  325-3000 

PD 

Zupanc,  Edward 
POB  421 

Monroe  WI  53566 
(608)  328-7000 


GREEN  LAKE 
WAUSHARA 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 
IM 

Carroll,  Jeffrey  J 
POB  350 
Berlin  WI  54923 

GP 

Emland,  Pepito  M 
POB  314 

Wild  Rose  WI  54984 
GS 

Gimenez,  Alonzo  R 
POB  350 
Berlin  WI  54923 
(414)  361-1838 

FP 

Greer,  Dennis  G 
North  Hospital  Rd 
Wautoma  WI  54982 


IM 

Halac,  Mehmet  E 

POB  336 

Redgranite  WI  54970 
(414)  566-2323 

GP  GS 

Hong,  Roy 
Rt  2 

Wild  Rose  WI  54984 
FP 

Kjentvet,  Roger  A 
POB  142 

Wild  Rose  WI  54984 
(414)  622-3254 

AN 

Koch,  John  C 

209  E Park  Ave 
Berlin  WI  54923 
(414)  361-0853 

GP 

Leininger,  Alfred  T 

530  Mill  St 

Green  Lake  WI  54941 
(414)  294-6402 

GP  RET 
Ludwig,  Erwin  P 

Rt  2 Box  763 
Wild  Rose  WI  54984 
(414)  622-3219 

GS 

Luy,  Enrique  W 
POB  141 

Wild  Rose  WI  54984 
(414)  622-3754 

FP 

Osicka,  Steve  R 
314  Darling  St 
Berlin  WI  54923 
(414)  361-3109 

FP 

Piotrowski,  William  C 

261  Memorial  Dr 
Berlin  WI  54923 

GS 

Rogers,  Barry  L 
818  Inlet  Rd 
Green  Lake  WI  54941 

GP  GS 
Seward,  Lynn  J 
21 1 E Liberty  St 
Berlin  WI  54923 
(414)  361-2854 

GP 

Sievers,  David  J 
POB  350 
Berlin  WI  54923 
(414)  361-1838 

FP 

Taber,  Alan  L 

261  Memorial  Dr 
Berlin  WI  54923 
(414)  361-4366 


GS 

Tieman,  Michael  E 
Rt  2 

Berlin  WI  54923 
GP 

Wichmann,  Rodney  D 
POB  128 

Wild  Rose  WI  54984 
(414)  622-3254 


IOWA 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP 

Breier,  Harald  P L 

POB  185 

Montfort  WI  53569 
(608)  943-6161 

IM 

Correll,  Timothy  A 

109  W Fountain  St 
Dodgeville  WI  53533 
(608)935-9331 

FP 

Downs,  David  R 

41 1 W Merrimac  St 
Dodgeville  WI  53533 
(608)935-5165 

GP 

Holder,  Eugene  J 

403  Washington  St 
Mineral  Point  WI  53565 
(608)987-2133 

GS 

Kim,  Young  I 

109  W Fountain  St 
Dodgeville  WI  53533 
(608)935-9331 

IM  OBG 
Lindsey,  Everett  R 
104  High  St 

Mineral  Point  WI  53565 
(608)  987-2346 

GP 

Marshall,  Stanley  B 

Hollandale  WI  53544 

GP  GS 

Rasmussen,  Nathaniel  G 

109  W Fountain  St 
Dodgeville  WI  53533 


GP  GS 

Aufderhaar,  Henry  W 

211  Memorial  Dr 
Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 
(414)  563-5839 

GP 

Baldwin,  Robert  C 

1507  Doctors  Ct 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-4265 

FP 

Bates,  Donald  E 

31 1 S Main  St 

Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 

(414)  563-5544 

IM 

Becker,  John  H 

123  Hospital  Dr 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-1770 

GP 

Beran,  Frank  V 

21 1 Memorial  Dr 
Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 
(414)  563-2404 

OPH  RET 
Burzynski,  Eugene  E 
1501  Oconomowoc  Ave 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-6192 

PD 

Calado,  Brigido  C 
123  Hospital  Dr 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-7800 

GS 

Campbell,  Craig  W 

151 1 S Park  Ave 
Columbus  WI  53925 
(414)  623-3040 

FP 

Chin,  Moe  L 

1507  Doctors  Ct 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-4265 

AN 

Clar,  Alberto  C 

127  Hospital  Dr 
Watertown  WI  53094 

FP 

Cochrane,  Bruce  J 

123  Hospital  Dr 
Watertown  WI  53094 

IM 

Detwiler,  Alan  L 

500  McMillen  St 
Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 
(414)  563-5571 

FP 

Effenhauser,  Manfred 
POB  5 

Lake  Mills  WI  53551 
(414)  648-2391 


JEFFERSON 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

FP 

Anschuetz,  Harold  F 

21 1 Memorial  Dr 
Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 
(414)  563-2404 


28 


JEFFERSON-JUNEAU-KENOSHA 


FP 

Garman, John  S 

144  W Madison  St 
Waterloo  WI  53594 
(414)478-2141 

FP 

Gay  Jr,  George  L 
POB28 

Cambridge  WI  53523 
(608)  423-3251 

PTH 

Glunz,  Paul  R 

130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam  WI  53916 

FP 

Gremmels,  Frederick  C 
(DO) 

127  Hospital  Dr 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)261-8500 

FP 

Griffiths,  Anne  E 
1173  W Main  St 
Whitewater  WI  53190 
(414)  473-4548 

U 

Grout,  David  C 

426  McMillen  St 
Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 

GS 

Handeyside,  Robert  G 

311  S Main  St 

Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 

PD 

Heffelfinger,  John  C 

700  Hoffmann  Dr 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-3050 

FP 

Holden,  Richard  C 

127  Hospital  Dr,POB49 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)261-8500 

GP 

Hunsader,  Hugo  N 

41 1 Madison  Ave 

Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 

(414)563-3212 

U 

Kapustka,  Edward  S 

426  McMillen  St 
Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 
(414)  563-8409 

FP 

Larson,  Richard  D 

311  S Main  St 

Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 

(414)  563-6535 

FP 

Leering,  Hendrik 

120  E Oak  St 
Lake  Mills  WI  53551 
(414)  648-2391 


GP  AM 

Liebenow,  Roland  R 

309  Lakeview  Ave 
Lake  Mills  WI  53551 
(414)  648-2686 

FP 

Marquis,  Arthur  S 

1507  Doctors  Ct 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-4265 

R 

Meier,  Pierce  J 

1317  Octagon  Ct 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-6662 

GP  OBG 
Miller,  Edward  A 

800  Sand  Dollar  Dr 
Sanibel  FL  33957 

ORS 

Moritz,  Walter  D 

Rt  4 Box  239 

Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 

GP 

Netzow,  Earl  J 
Rt  1 Box  51-F 
Cedar  Grove  WI  53013 
(414)  668-6400 

ORS 

Nichols,  Frank  E 

1520  Vernon  St 
Stoughton  WI  535S9 
(608)  873-5757 

GP  RET 
Peterson,  Marvin  G 

721  Fremont  St 
Lake  Mills  WI  53551 
(414)  648-5343 

ORS  HS 
Peterson,  Stanley  E 
1216  Furseth  Rd 
Stoughton  WI  53589 
(608)  873-5757 

U 

Quanbeck,  David  T 

123  Hospital  Dr 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-1334 

GP 

Quandt,  Courtney  E 

Rt  2 Box  148 
Jefferson  WI  53549 

GP 

Quandt,  Raymond  W 

202  N Main  St 
Jefferson  WI  53549 
(414)  674-5330 

GS 

Reed,  William  H 

123  Hospital  Dr 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-6088 


GP 

Russell,  James  C H 

21 1 Memorial  Dr 
Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 
(414)  563-2404 

GP 

Schuh,  Eugene  P 

1507  Doctors  Ct 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-4265 

PH 

Schuh,  Ruth  R 

907  Clyman  St 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-6586 

OBG 

Song,  Moon-Won 

123  Hospital  Dr 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)  261-6162 

FP 

Turke,  Terry  L 

127  Hospital  Dr,  POB  49 
Watertown  WI  53094 
(414)261-8500 

IM  PD 

Williams,  Donald  L 

500  McMillen  St 
Fort  Atkinson  WI  53538 
(414)  563-5571 

GS 

Yao,  Filemon  C 
1173  W Main  St 
Whitewater  WI  53190 
(414)  473-3653 


JUNEAU 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP 

Baker,  Homer  P 

POB  128 

Wonewoc  WI  53968 
(608)  464-3111 

GP  IM 
Balder  Jr,  Roy  B 

1104  Academy  St 
Elroy  WI  53929 

FP 

Burwitz,  James  E 

604  W Milwaukee  St 
Mauston  WI  53948 
(608)  847-4223 

GP  GS 

Griffin,  Vernon  M 

1040  Division  St 
Mauston  WI  53948 
(608)  847-5000 


FP 

Heaney,  Eric  S 
510Tremont  St 
Mauston  WI  53948 
(608)  847-5000 

FP 

Ness,  D Keith 
1040  Division  St 
Mauston  WI  53948 
(608)  847-5000 

FP 

Ness,  Nancy  E B 
1040  Division  St 
Mauston  WI  53948 
(608)  847-5000 

FP 

Radant,  Leon  J 

1040  Division  St 
Mauston  WI  53948 
(608)  847-5000 

GP 

Strong,  Jack 

1040  Division  St 
Mauston  WI  53948 
(608)  847-5000 

GP 

Weston,  Clayton  L 

600  S Monroe  St 
New  Lisbon  WI  53950 
(608)  562-3111 


KENOSHA 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 
IM 

Ali,  M Yusuf 
3200  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  658-2500 

AN 

Ali,  Syed  M 

3556  Seventh  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

GP  AN 
Ambro,  Paul  J 

4314  60th  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  657-5263 

ORS 

Ansari,  Aftab  A 

3200  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)657-3126 

R 

Armstrong,  Gene  F 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  658-1349 


OPH 

Ashley,  Richard  W 

POB  339 

Kenosha  WI  53141 
(414)  657-3511 

OBG 

Azuma,  Steven  A 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  657-5177 

IM 

Balciunas,  Vitoldas 

4050  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

OBG 

Barnes  III,  Edwin  H 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)654-6108 

AN 

Barreto,  Reinaido  S 

7305  3rd  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

D 

Bennett,  A James 

3734  7th  Ave,  #22 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  658-2594 

ORS 

Bhattacharyya,  Sisir  K 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-9533 

GS 

Bilak,  Roman 

6032  40th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53142 
(414)  652-1423 

R 

Bjork,  Harold  A 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  658-1349 

R OS 

Boedecker,  Robert  A 

S70  W 13426  Fennimore 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 
(414)  529-1075 

GS 

Bonell,  Blair  T 

3618  8th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  652-7255 

IM 

Buencamino,  Ernesto 

3618  8th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

GS 

Burhani,  A Walid 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)652-2107 


KENOSHA 


29 


FP 

Burnett,  Ralph  G 

POB  598 

Kenosha  WI  53141 
(414)  553-9500 

OBG 

Capelli,  Paul  A 

1400  75th  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

DR 

Clark,  Kenneth  E 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

U 

Clubb,  Meredith  C 

6215  10th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)654-9118 

PD 

Conzelman,  Dorothy  R 

3618  8th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  652-6737 

GP 

Creighton,  Louis  H 
7511  26th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  652-0840 

FP 

Cruz,  Nazario  R 
723  58th  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(608)  654-3576 

PD 

Davis,  David  W 
6213  10th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)654-8633 

GP 

DeFazio,  Stephen  F 

2102  35th  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

PD 

DeGuzman,  Mariano  F 

3618  8th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-0226 

TS  GS 

DeKraay,  Warren  H 

3618  8th  Ave,  #5 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

GS 

Devan,  Douglas  G 
7700  Cooper  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53142 

A 

Dhaliwal,  Kulwant  S 

4906  39th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53142 
(414)  657-9390 

R 

Donnell,  William  S 

POB  727 

Kenosha  WI  53140 


IM 

Duncan,  James  T 

5942  6th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  657-7121 

P 

Fai,  Leslie  L 
7744  3rd  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  552-7255 

OTO 

Gandhi,  Kishin  V 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

NS  OS 
Gerol,  A Yale 
3734  7th  Ave,  #12 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

CD  PUD 
Goldstein,  David  N 

2039  19th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)551-8675 

OBG 

Halfon,  Nesim 
6121  7th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140-4588 
(414)  658-1344 

GP 

Heck,  James  A 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

OPH  OTO 
Hill,  Ben  Spalding 

6225  7th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

IM 

Horsley,  Durell  B 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

R 

Huberty,  Lee  H 

8747  1st  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  697-0987 

FP 

Jannings  III,  Charles  J 

POB  598 

Kenosha  WI  53141 
FP 

Jeranek,  William  J 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  658-2516 

P N 

Kappus,  Harold  C 

4703  E Brisa  Del  Norte 
Tucson  AZ  85718 

GP 

Kent,  Leslie  T 
5613  7th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 


OTO 

Kleinpell,  Walter  C 

7711  6th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  657-6615 

IM  HEM 
Knight,  Raymond  W 

1015  65th  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

R 

Koch,  Edgar  L 

6308  8th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

GP  OS 
Lawrence,  Paul  J 

302  Vallette  Way 
W Palm  Beach  FL  33401 
(305)  832-0786 

IM  A 

Lipman,  William  H 

666  Upas  St,  #602 
San  Diego  CA  92103 

GS  RET 
Lokvam,  Leif  H 

71 15  3rd  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  657-3711 

EM 

Lu,  Albert  T 

7743  3rd  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  656-2202 

GS 

Mendivil,  Jairo  J 

3618  8th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-8414 

AN 

Mercado,  Roger  C 
7540  18th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-6065 

U 

Milliken  Jr,  Lyle  D 

6215  10th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-9118 

AN 

Mobarek,  Yousef  S 
6308  8th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  656-2011 

A 

Morrow,  Cecil  A 
5405  82nd  St 
Kenosha  WI  53142 
(414)  694-0757 

IM 

Naik,  Suresh  R 

2108  63rd  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 


P 

Newman,  Ligaya  M I 

800  55th  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

GS 

Olsman,  Louis 
2108  63rd  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)658-1618 

IM 

Ortiz,  Simeon  B 

3200  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)658-2818 

GS 

Pacanowski,  Roger  T 
6124  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  657-9680 

IM 

Pamukcu,  Afet  T 

7736  3rd  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)652-5121 

IM  GE 

Pamukcu,  Fevzi  S 

723  58th  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-4074 

ORS 

Patel,  Anoo  P 

5942  6th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  657-5366 

GP 

Pearson,  John  B 

7603  33rd  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53142 

GS 

Pechous  Jr,  Charles  E 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-9129 

ORS  IM 
Peterson,  Clifton  E 
1400  75th  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

GS 

Powell,  Richard  A 
8011  14th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-0473 

FP 

Przlomski,  Andrew  T 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  658-2516 

OBG 

Rafferty,  Hugh  P 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  657-5177 


GP 

Najafzadeh,  Moktar 
1204  Bahama  Bend,  #A-2 
Coconut  Creek  FL  33066 
(305)973-1914 


IM  NEP 
Ranieri,  Rosanna  M 

3734  7th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

OBG 

Rattan,  Walter  C 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-6023 

GP 

Rauen,  Leonard  M 

POB  596 

Kenosha  WI  53141 
U 

Richards,  John  N 

6215  10th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-9118 

IM 

Romani,  Frank  V 

3734  7th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-6516 

IM  HEM 
Rosen,  Stanley  R 
6121  7th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)657-3181 

CRS 

Ruehlman,  David  D 

1220  Tasman  Dr,  #485 
Sunnyvale  CA  94086 
(408)  734-5522 

GP 

Rustia,  Ricardo  M 

3200  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-2455 

PTH 

Sanson,  John  G 
4206  86th  PI 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  694-4419 

ORS 

Sattler,  Chester  A 

6401  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-6755 

OPH 

Savaglio,  Vincent  P 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

U 

Schmidt,  John  P 

3734  7th  Ave,  #24 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  657-4411 

GP 

Schulte,  George  C 
7221  3rd  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  657-5218 


30 


KENOSHA— LA  CROSSE 


GP 

Schwartz,  Harry  L 

7222  3rd  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  657-5338 

P 

Sharma,  Venkata  K 

1322  Clover  La 
Libertyville  IL  60048 

GE  IM 

Shewmake  Jr,  Floyd  F 
1015  65th  St 
Kenosha  Wl  53140 

GP 

Siegel,  Morris 
7533  22nd  Ave 
Kenosha  Wl  53140 

GP 

Sroka,  William  C 
324  Donald  Dr 
Burlington  WI  53105 
(414)  763-2187 

R 

Swift,  William  J 

POB  727 

Kenosha  WI  53140 
P 

Vandervort,  Glenn  E 

601  60th  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-5333 

FP 

Van  Liere,  John  D 

141  S Pine  St 
Burlington  Wl  53105 
(414)  763-2485 

R 

Wadina,  Gilbert  S 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  658-1349 

PTH 

Wagner,  Harold  B 

3556  7th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

PD 

Welsch,  Raymond  G 

7728  2nd  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  652-5261 

GP  GS 

Williams  Jr,  Frank  C 

6334  8th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  652-8856 

NS  OM 

Williamson,  L Mark 

27041  Pioneer 
Wind  Lake  WI  53185 
(414)  895-6320 

PD 

Wilson,  Robert  E 

6213  10th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 


OBG 

Witt,  Raymond  W 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  657-5177 

IM 

Wood  Jr,  Fredrick 

6530  Sheridan  Rd 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
(414)  654-0231 

R 

Yerex,  Joyce  A 
5348  Wind  Point  Rd 
Racine  WI  53402 

IM 

Zeihen,  Michael 

1015  65th  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 

IM 

Ziarko  Jr,  Mitchell 

1015  65th  St 
Kenosha  WI  53140 


LACROSSE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 


PTH 

Abellera,  R Mario 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  785-0530 

OBG 

Alvarez,  Ubaldo  A 
815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

P 

Anderson,  Hans  P 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

US 

Anderson,  N Philip 

1602  Mississippi  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

OPH 

Anderson,  Paul  D 

10907  Abbott  Ave 
Sun  City  AZ  85351 
(602)  977-9043 

IM 

Barbier,  Arthur  G 

615  S 10th  St,  Prof  Arts  Bg 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-3757 

FP 

Bateman,  William  D 

134  N Leonard  St 
West  Salem  WI  54669 
(608)  786-0200 


D 

Baumgaertner,  James  C 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

OBG 

Bequin  Jr,  Everett  A 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300-2084 

P 

Biros,  Dennis  G 
615  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-7911 

OPH 

Blank,  William  A 

615  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-2420 

IM 

Boland,  Terrence  W 

123  16th  AveS 
Onalaska  WI  54650 
(608)783-5661 

OM  IM 
Brailey  Jr,  Allen  G 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

IM  GP 
Brennan,  John  T 

Rt  2 Box  147C3 
La  Crescent  MN  55947 
(507)  895-2564 

CDS  TS 

Brenowitz,  Jerold  B 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

GS 

Britt,  Archie  G 

206  Rivoli  Bldg 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)784-8221 

IM 

Buchman,  Delbert  M 

3041  Ebner  Coulee  Rd 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-3050 

IM  END 
Caplan,  Robert  H 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

ORS 

Carlisle,  Eugene  J 
615  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-4024 

FP 

Carlson,  Bruce  A 
524  N Elm  St 
La  Crescent  MN  55947 


PD  A 

Cejpek,  Karel  O 

615  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)784-1888 

IM 

Comin,  Donald  B 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

R 

Cook,  Arnold  A 

1 134  Grandad  Terrace 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  788-5636 

PD 

Corser,  David  H 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

OBG 

Da  Costa,  Wanir  C 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

IM  NEP 
Dahlberg,  Philip  J 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

PTH 

Dalton,  Ruth  M 

700  West  Ave  S 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  785-0940 

FP 

Davis,  William  E 
630  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-6648 

CLP  PTH 
Dietz,  Paul  C 

430  N Losey  Blvd 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-4925 

TR  R 

Doescher,  Philip  O 

1836  S Ave,  Dept  RT 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

OBG 

Durst,  Joseph  B 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

IM  CD 

Edgett  Jr,  Joseph  W 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  783-7200 

TR 

Edland,  Robert  W 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 


PD 

Egan  Jr,  Gregory  J 
419  Sand  Lake  Rd 
Onalaska  WI  54650 
(608)  783-6462 

R 

Ellen/,  George  B 

700  W Avenue  S 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  785-0940 

FP 

Engel,  Charles  H 
436  W Franklin  St 
West  Salem  WI  54669 
(608)  786-1560 

GP  GS 
Ernst,  Floyd  W 

630  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-6648 

OBG 

Felion,  Paul  L 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

ORS 

Fink,  Richard  A 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

P N 

Fisher,  Albert  L 

POB  816 

La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-8855 

GS 

Fox,  Richard  E 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

CD  IM 
Gabster,  Alan  A 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

ORS 

Gall,  Randall  J 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

FP 

Gallagher,  Frank  J 

1820  Nakomis  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-3922 

GS 

Gallagher,  William  B 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

GP 

Gersch,  George  P 
341  W Garland  St 
West  Salem  WI  54669 
(608)  786-1520 


LACROSSE 


31 


D 

Getz,  Kaare 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

IM 

Gilbert,  Robert  L 

1064  Forest  Lakes  Dr 
Naples  FL  33942 

IM  ID 

Glasser,  James  E 
2519  Flackberry  La 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

AN 

Goodnough,  David  E 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

IM  CD 

Goren,  Carolyn  C 
1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

IM  CD 
Green,  Robert  M 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

OPH 

Grill,  Karl  P 

615  sioth  st,  ms 

La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-2420 

AN 

Guernsey,  Gretchen 

2546  S 30th  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  788-5441 

GS 

Gundersen,  Adolf  L 

3624  Ebner  Coulee  Rd 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

U 

Gundersen,  Alf  H 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

R NM 

Gundersen  Jr,  Gunnar  A 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

GS 

Gundersen  Jr,  Sigurd  B 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

GS 

Gundersen,  Sigurd  B 
Rt  1 

West  Salem  WI  54669 
IM 

Gundersen,  Thorolf  E 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  W I 54601 
(608)  782-7300 


P 

Halbert,  Helen  E 

2858  Scenic  Dr 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)782-1775 

ORS 

Haug,  Stephen  L 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

ORS 

Hayden,  John  W 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

N 

Henke,  Timothy  K 

5694  Monticello  Way 
Madison  WI  53719 
(608)  266-8731 

IM 

Hickey,  Aloysius  W 
212  S 11th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-3050 

U 

Howard,  Richard  S 

1836  S Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

P 

Jackson,  Pauline  M 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

PTH  OS 
Janis,  John  F 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

AN 

Jensen,  Alfhild  I E 

Puli  Christian  Hosp 
Puli  Taiwan  ROC 
(049) 983152 

U 

Kader,  Nabil  M A 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

PD  N 

Kechavarz,  Lida 
815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

HEM  IM 

Keimowitz,  Rudolph  M 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

P 

Keller,  Kent  E 

615  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-5853 


P 

Kempton,  Leo  V 

615  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)784-7911 

DR 

Kim,  Yung  So 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

GS 

Kisken,  William  A 

1836  South  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

OPH 

Kraft,  Stephen  E 

212  S 11th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

A IM 

Kroker,  George  F 

3370  E Ave  S 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

IM 

Kwong,  Roger  W 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

IM 

Lathrop,  Thomas  P 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

U 

Lawnicki,  Clyde  C 
1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

EM 

Ledbetter,  Emma  K 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

IM  PUD 
Lindesmith,  Larry  A 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

R 

Locher,  Roland  A 

121  S 13th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-1717 

IM  RHU 
Lockhart,  Jack  M 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

IM  HEM 
Logan,  Laurence  J 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  W I 54601 
(608)  782-7300 


U 

MacEwen,  Alman  R 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

OBG 

Mader,  Michael  H 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

OBG 

Mahairas,  Gregory  H 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

OPH 

Mansheim,  Bernard  J 

212  S 11th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-3050 

ORS 

Marchiando,  Richard  J 

1836  South  Ave 
LaCrosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

D 

Martalock,  Dean  L 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

IM 

McMahon,  Robert  E 

8911  S Vista  Ct 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)782-2818 

P N IM 
Midelfort,  Christian  F 

3312  Ebners  Coulee  Rd 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-6853 

GS 

Miller  III,  Charles  H 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

IM 

Miller,  David  K 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

R 

Miller,  Gerald  J 

2763  Hagen  Rd 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  788-4144 

IM  END 
Miner,  Edward  B 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

IM  OS 

Morgan,  William  A 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 


A 

Morris,  David  L 
615  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

IM 

Munn  Jr,  James  H 

Rt  1 Greens  Coulee  Rd 
Onalaska  WI  54650 

GS 

Murphy,  James  T 

212  S 11th  St 
LaCrosse  WI  54601 

R 

Musgjerd,  David  G 
2440  Hagen  Rd 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

U 

Natoli,  Cornelius  A 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

PD 

Nelson,  David  Lee 
815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

IM 

Newcomer,  Kermit  L 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608) 782-7300 

PTH 

Nichols,  Charles  P 

700  W Ave  S 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  785-0940 

CD 

Obma,  Robert  T 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

OBG 

O’Leary,  William  J 
11 18  Seiler  La 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  788-3018 

IM  GE 
Oliai,  Asghar 

1081  Selke  Rd 
La  Crescent  MN  55947 

GS 

O’Meara,  Mark  T 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

IM 

Overholt,  Edwin  L 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

OTO 

Overholt,  Steven  L 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 


32 


LA  CROSSE— LAFAYETTE 


IM  END 
Pagliara,  Anthony  S 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

IM 

Pavela,  Stephen  L 

2691  Hillcrest  Dr 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

OBG 

Peck,  Theodore  M 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

PTH 

Pederson,  John  F 

700  W Avenue  S 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  785-0940 

IM  PUD 

Perez-Guerra,  Francisco 
2600  Timber  La 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

IM 

Perry,  Edward  L 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

ORS 

Phillips,  Paul  W 

212  S 11th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-3050 

IM  A 

Polender,  Bruce  A 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

IM 

Pribek,  Robert  A 

212  S 11th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-3050 

PTH  OS 
Rahimi,  Abbas 

700  W Avenue  S 
LaCrosse  WI  54601 
(608)  785-0940 

IM 

Ramlow,  Robert  W 

1836  South  Ave 
LaCrosse  W I 54601 
(608)  782-7300 

PD 

Reimann,  Leah  A 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

AN 

Rho,  David  S 

2905  Farnam  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  788-0657 


FP 

Richardson,  James  D 

434  N Star  Dr 
Holmen  WI  54636 
(608)526-3351 

R 

Roberts,  Cameron  F 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

OPH 

Ryan,  Dennis  K 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

GS  CRS 
Satory,  John  J 

1404  Main  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)782-1041 

PD 

Scheurich,  Mary  B 

212  SI  1th  St 
La  Crosse  W I 54601 
(608)  784-3050 

OPH 

Schmidt,  Carl  F 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

GP 

Schneeberger,  Edward  J 

421  Main  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-4740 

OBG 

Schuldes,  Rudolph  E 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

OTO 

Seager,  Glenn  M 
1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  W I 54601 
(608)  782-7300 

OTO 

Severeid,  Larry  R 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

NS 

Shealy,  C Norman 
Rt  2 

La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)786-0611 

P N 

Shields,  John  C 

1015  S Main  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)  526-2168 

PD 

Shultz,  Paul  S 

815  SlOth  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 


ORS 

Sierra,  Jesus  M 
212  S Uth  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-3050 

U 

Skemp,  Charles  A 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

GP 

Skemp,  Frederick  C 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

FP 

Skemp  Jr,  Frederick 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

GP 

Skemp,  George  E 

2506  Cass  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

OBG 

Skemp,  John  T 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  W I 54601 
(608)  782-9760 

IM 

Skemp,  Joseph  J 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

GS  OS 
Smalley,  John  J 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

IM  HEM 
Smith,  Martin  J 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

OBG 

Steingraeber,  Paul  H 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

R 

Swingle,  John  D 

3700  Queens  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  788-3580 

IM  GE 
Taebel,  Duane  W 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

PD 

Tankersley,  James  C 
1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 


PM 

Taylor,  Neal 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  W I 54601 
(608)  782-7300 

AN 

Tendero,  Regalado  A 

308  Shore  Acres  Rd 
La  Crescent  MN  55947 
(507)  895-6460 

R 

Terhorst,  Thomas  R 

700  W Avenue  S 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  785-0940 

IM 

Terman,  James  W 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

FP 

Thompson,  Teddy  L 

700  W Avenue  S 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  785-0940 

ORS 

Tompkins,  Douglas  G 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

R 

Travelli,  Renato 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

IM 

Ujda,  John  R 

212  S 11th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-3050 

FP 

Utz,  Philip  H 

700  W Avenue  S 
La  Crosse  W I 54601 
(608) 785-0940 

R 

Valentini,  Eugene  J 

700  W Avenue  S 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  785-0940 

IM 

Vallejo,  Walter  J 
212  S 11th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-3050 

PTH 

Virata,  Rodelino  L 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608) 785-0530 

RHU  IM 
Wallin,  Bruce  A 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 


R 

Washa,  Darryl  M 

700  W Avenue  S 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  785-0940 

GP 

Watunya,  Michael  J 

400  Hoeschler,  5th  & J Sts 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  784-4140 

D 

Webster,  Stephen  B 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

IM  OS 
Weeth,  John  B 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

PTH 

Wester,  Susan  M 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  785-0530 

FP 

Westgard,  David  E 
815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-9760 

OTO 

Wiersma,  Rustan  J 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  W I 54601 
(608)  782-9760 

IM  PUD 
Winga,  Edward  R 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 

PD  NPM 
Wyman,  Michael  L 

815  S 10th  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

IM  NEP 
Yutuc,  Wilfrido  R 

1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 
(608)  782-7300 


LAFAYETTE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 


FP 

Bernardoni,  Robert  J 

516  Wells  St 
Darlington  WI  53530 


LANGLADE— LINCOLN— MANITOWOC 


33 


LANGLADE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP 

Beattie,  Bernard  W 

614  5th  Ave 
Antigo  WI  54409 
(715)  623-4519 

FP 

Cromer,  Robert  W 
1 1 1 1 Langlade  Rd 
Antigo  WI  54409 
(715)623-3761 

GP 

Curran,  William  P 

Rt  2 

Deerbrook  WI  54424 
(715)623-2351 

GP 

Fox,  Theodore  C 
213  5th  Ave 
Antigo  WI  54409 

GP  IM 
Garritty,  John  E 
1 1 1 1 Langlade  Rd 
Antigo  WI  54409 
(715)623-3761 

FP 

Heuss,  Charles  A 
Rt  1 Box  109 
Antigo  WI  54409 

FP 

Keener,  Robert  L 
1 1 1 1 Langlade  Rd 
Antigo  WI  54409 

FP 

McKenna, John  E 
POB  400 
Antigo  WI  54409 
(715)623-2351 

FP 

Moermond  Jr,  James  O 

Rt  1 Box  271 
Antigo  WI  54409 

FP 

Reinardy,  Michael  J 
POB  400 
Antigo  WI  54409 
(715)623-2351 

GS 

Roth,  Earl  J 

1 1 1 1 Langlade  Rd 
Antigo  WI  54409 
(715)623-3761 


LINCOLN 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GS 

Ahmad,  Muhammad  Y 

716  E 2nd  St 
Merrill  WI  54452 
(715)536-2463 

GP  GS 
Bayer,  Lester  J 

716  E 2nd  St 
Merrill  WI  54452 
(715)536-2463 

GP  GS 
Bigalow,  James  F 

712  E 2nd  St 
Merrill  WI  54452 
(715)  536-4450 

ORS 

Braun,  William  E 

712  E 2nd  St 
Merrill  WI  54452 

GP  GS 

Bugarin,  Nunilo  L 

221  E Washington  Ave 
Tomahawk  WI  54487 
(715)  453-2147 

FP 

Carroll,  James  L 

318  N 7th  St,  POB  295 
Tomahawk  WI  54487 
(715)453-2101 

FP 

Evans,  Donald  L 

1205  O’Day  St 
Merrill  WI  54452 
(715)536-9511 

GP  GS 

Ferrer,  Modesto  M 

221  E Washington  Ave 
Tomahawk  WI  54487 
(715)453-2147 

FP 

Francisco,  Orlando  M 

221  E Washington  Ave 
Tomahawk  WI  54487 
(715)  453-2147 

GP 

Henderson,  Raymond  J 

327  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Tomahawk  WI  54487 
(715)453-2116 

FP 

Janowiak,  James  S 

1205  O’Day  St 
Merrill  WI  54452 

IM 

Kirchhoffer,  James  B 

221  E Washington  Ave 
Tomahawk  WI  54487 
1715)  453-2147 


FP 

Kloster,  Geoffrey  C 

1205  O’Day  St 
Merrill  WI  54452 
(715)536-9511 

FP 

Lewinnek,  Walter 

1205  O’Day  St 
Merrill  WI  54452 
(715)  536-6322 

PD 

Luthra,  Madhu  V 

716  2nd  St 
Merrill  WI  54452 
(715)536-2463 

U 

Mayersak,  Jerome  S 

717  Tee  Lane  Dr 
Merrill  WI  54452 
(715)536-6988 

FP 

Mikkelson,  Michael  K 

1205  O’Day  St 
Merrill  WI  54452 
(715)536-9511 

FP 

Millenbah,  Jack  D 

1205  O’Day  St  * 
Merrill  WI  54452 
(715)536-9511 

GS 

Ravn  Jr,  Erling  O 

1205  O’Day  St 
Merrill  WI  54452 
(715)536-9511 

IM 

Simerson,  Thomas  P 

1205  O’Day  St 
Merrill  WI  54452 
(715)536-9511 

IM  ON 

Valcarcel,  Jorge  A 

1635  3rd  Ave,  #1 
Chula  Vista  CA  9201 1 
(714)425-7460 


MANITOWOC 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

U 

Banker,  Robert  J 

210  E Reed  Ave 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-6329 

IM  HEM 
Barylak,  Edward  J 

601  Reed  Ave,  POB  279 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 


ORS 

Bast,  Barry  V 

600  York  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)682-0181 

OTO 

Bell,  Roger  A 

300  E Reed  Ave,  POB  277 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  684-4477 

IM 

Best,  John  D 

601  Reed  Ave,  POB  279 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

IM 

Blank,  Roy  C 

601  Reed  Ave,  POB  279 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

GP  OBG 
Bonner,  Nelson  A 
11 12  Lincoln  Blvd 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 

PD 

Bush,  Robert  D 

601  Reed  Ave,  POB  279 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)682-8841 

IM 

De  Brayn,  Donald  J 

POB  279 

Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

GS 

Dernlan,  Robert  L 

601  Reed  Ave,  POB  279 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

ORS 

Di  Raimondo,  Joseph  C 

501  N 10th  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-6376 

FP 

Driggers,  Steven  D 
600  York  St,  #7-8 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)682-0181 

P 

Farkas,  Mary  E L 

6235  Almond  Ave 
Orangevale  CA  95662 

. ORS 

Finnegan,  Thomas  L 

600  York  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 

GS 

Gemdt  Jr,  Harold  L 

601  Reed  Ave,  POB  279 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 


FP 

Goodwin,  Max  H 

2219  Garfield  St 
Two  Rivers  WI  54241 
(414)793-2281 

GS 

Goswitz,  John  T 
601  N 8th  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-4646 

IM 

Govier,  Mary  A 
POB  279 

Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

GS 

Gueldner,  Terry  L 

600  York  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)682-0181 

AN 

Hert  Jr,  Robert  C 

1 136  S 36th  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  684-0830 

ORS 

Horswill,  Robert  N 

501  N 10th  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 

R 

Jacobi,  Michael  A 

2300  Western  Ave 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  684-2257 

OPH 

Jiroch,  John  T 

3330  Atlanta  Rd,  #H-5 
Smyrna  GA  30080 

P N 

Kadile,  Eleazar  M 

021  E Waldo  Blvd 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)684-4491 

P N 

Kadile,  Hermengildo 

021  E Waldo  Blvd 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  684-4493 

FP 

Kaner,  Seymour  L 

2219  Garfield 
Two  Rivers  WI  54241 

OBG 

Kangayappan,  Sivakami 
POB  279 

Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

OBG 

Karrmann,  Paul  L 

601  Reed  Ave,  POB  279 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 


34 


MANITOWOC-MARATHON 


D 

Katz,  Henry  M 

600  York  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)682-0181 

DR 

Keller,  Thomas  A 

21st  & Western  Ave 
Manitowoc  Wl  54220 
(414)  684-2255 

IM  CD 
Kobelt,  Carl  C 

601  Reed  Ave,  POB  279 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 

GP  U 

Kuljis,  Dominic  A 

1516  Washington  St 
Two  Rivers  WI  54241 
(414)  794-7414 

OTO 

Larsen,  John  R 

300  Reed  Ave,  POB  277 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  684^1477 

U 

Limoni,  Patrick  F 

220  E Cleveland  Ave 
Manitowoc  Wl  54220 
(414)  682-6344 

IM 

Lynch,  John  D 

POB  279 

Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

GP 

Martin,  Richard  E 

1510  26th  St 
Two  Rivers  WI  54241 

GP 

Mendoza,  Cecilio  T 
600  York  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-0181 

PD 

Mir,  Ali  A 

22 19  Garfield  St 
Two  Rivers  WI  54241 
(414)793-2281 

OBG 

Momtaz,  Ken  R 

POB  279 

Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

OBG 

Myers,  Robert  W 
2219  Garfield  St 
Two  Rivers  WI  54241 
(414)  793-2281 

GP 

Nilles,  John  E 

POB  127 

Mishicott  WI  54228 


ORS 

Perry,  Thomas  K 

501  N 10th  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-6376 

OPH 

Pfaffenbach,  David  D 

11 19  Marshall  St,  POB  705 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  684-4429 

GS 

Pick,  Daniel  M 

536  N 9th  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 

OPH 

Radi,  Cyril  J 

1425  N 9th  St,  #4 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 

PD 

Rajpal,  Surinder  K 

POB  279 

Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

OPH 

Randolph,  Robert  C 

11 19  Marshall  St,  POB  705 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 

OTO 

Randolph,  William  C 

300  E Reed  Ave,  POB  277 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  684-4477 

GP 

Rauch,  William  A 

2002  Wollmer  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  684-5974 

FP 

Rauschenberger,  T R 

600  York  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-0181 

IM 

Sager,  Mark  A 

601  Reed  Ave,  POB  279 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

OPH 

Schlemitzauer,  D A 

POB  705 

Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  684-4429 

FP 

Schmidt,  Gary  A 

600  York  St,  #7-8 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-0181 

FP 

Schroeder,  Norman  C 

601  N 8th  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 


GS 

Smejkal,  Walter  F 

601  Reed  Ave,  POB  279 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

R 

Stannard  Jr,  Gilbert  H 

1425  Gunnell  La 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-5659 

U 

Stern,  John  M 

220  E Cleveland  Ave 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 

IM  RHU 
Stoune,  John  L 

600  York  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-0181 

PD 

Thorpe,  Robert  F 

POB  279 

Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

GP 

Thranow  Jr,  John  A 

106  Wilson  St 
Valders  WI  54245 
(414)  775-4111 

ORS 

Trader,  Joseph  E 

501  N 10th  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-6376 

PD 

Van  Dreel,  Richard  A 

601  Reed  Ave,  POB  279 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-8841 

GP 

Weld,  Stephen  L 

2219  Garfield  St 
Two  Rivers  WI  54241 

AN 

White,  Wayne  F 

2300  Western  Ave 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  682-7625 

GP  GS 

Yost,  Raymond  G 
634  N 8th  St 
Manitowoc  WI  54220 
(414)  684-9370 


MARATHON 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

OBG 

Abadeer,  Samir  L 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)847-3297 


AN 

Albani,  Robert  A 

333  Pine  Ridge  Blvd 
Wausau  WI  54401 

IM 

Anderson,  Dale  B 

804  W Wausau  Cir 
Wausau  WI  54401 

IM  PUD 

Aughenbaugh,  David  K 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3254 

EM 

Bachhuber,  Gregory  J 

333  Pine  Ridge  Blvd 
Wausau  Wl  54401 
(715)847-2160 

P RET 

Bachhuber,  Hugo  M 

212  N 11th  Ave 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-3833 

OPH 

Backer,  Gordon  L 

POB  689 

Wausau  Wl  54401 
OPH 

Backer,  William  D 
POB  689 

Wausau  WI  54401 
FP 

Barnes,  Haldor  P 

808  3rd  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-2146 

PTH 

Bartholomew,  Richard  D 

808  3rd  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)842-3375 

IM 

Basu,  Sailendra  N 
1 100  Lake  View  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 

GS 

Becker,  Walter  T 

1502  Me  Indoe  Ct 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-7491 

FP 

Beier,  James  J 

607  13th  St 
Mosinee  WI  54455 
(715)693-6711 

PTH 

Belgea,  Kathy  P 

808  3rd  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)842-3375 

R 

Block,  Joel  H 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 


PD 

Bobinski,  John  E 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 

PTH 

Bodemer,  Steven  E 
808  3rd  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-3375 

TR  R 

Bourque,  Adrian  R 

333  Pine  Ridge  Blvd 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)847-2866 

OTO  OPH 
Brick,  Enoch  B 
912  9th  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 

R 

Blister,  G H 

425  Pine  Ridge  Blvd,  #209 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-0624 

OTO 

Brodhead,  Richard  H 

2213  Ridge  View  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-7584 

ORS 

Buechel,  Richard  L 
POB  1646 
Wausau  WI  54401 

FP 

Burr  Jr,  Thurl  C 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3000 

GP 

Cadwell,  Robert  E 
212  Sturgeon  Eddy  Rd 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-0491 

TS  CDS 
Davila,  Julio  C 

425  Pine  Ridge  Blvd,  #203 
Wausau  Wl  54401 
(715)  845-9281 

U 

Day,  Kenneth  L 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3351 

D A 

Deffner,  Norman  F 

630  1st  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-4686 

OBG 

De  Koning,  Joel  R 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3284 


MARATHON 


35 


IM 

Dernbach,  William  K 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 

AN 

Doan,  Nam  Dinh 

1612  Foothill  Ave 
Schofield  WI  54476 
(715)359-7818 

CD  IM 
Drake,  Ellet  H 

425  Pine  Ridge  Blvd,  #203 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-9282 

PD 

Edwards,  M Thomas 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3260 

IM 

Fechtner,  Harold  H 

5200  S Tuckaway  Bl,  #35 1 
Greenfield  WI  53221 

OTO 

Flannery  Jr,  John  V 

20  N Hill  Rd 
Wausau  WI  54401 

GP  SEMI/RET 
Flannery  Sr,  John  V 

3409  Horseshoe  Spring 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)842-5388 

R 

Foerster,  James  M 

3333  6th  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 

ORS 

Foltz,  Alexander  S 
POB  1646 
Wausau  WI  54401 

IM  CD 

Freeman,  David  J 

1925  Townline  Rd 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3257 

IM 

Freeman,  Mary  Jo 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3251 

NS 

Gabriel,  Youssef  H 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3354 

GS 

Gargas,  Bruce  L 
2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3246 

P 

Garvey,  Charles  A 
2422  Stewart  Square 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  848-1346 


GP 

Grauer,  Curt  G 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 

FP 

Grim,  Gerald  W 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3384 

FP 

Groth,  Boyd  J 

Mosinee  WI  54455 
(715)693-6711 


GP  OBG 
Hammes,  George  R 
502  Mclndoe  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  848-5244 

GP 

Han,  Paul  Z 

POB  1446 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-0671 

OPH 

Hattenhauer,  John  M 

POB  689 

Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-8201 

FP 

Heidorn,  Richard  G 

607  13th  St 
Mosinee  WI  54455 
(715)693-6711 

OTO 

Hendrickson,  Alvin  O 

POB  548 

Woodruff  WI  54568 
OPH 

Hendrickson,  William 

POB  548 

Woodruff  WI  54568 
OPH 

Herman,  Stephen  J 

POB  689 

Wausau  WI  54401 

GP  RET 
Hoessel,  Arthur  W 

333  Pine  Ridge  Blvd 
Wausau  WI  54401 

PTH 

Holmes,  Guy  W 
808  3rd  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-3376 

IM  HEM 
Jenkins,  David  D 

2005  Hemlock  Ave 
Schofield  WI  54476 

OBG 

Johnson,  Francis  C 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3298 


GS 

Jones,  William  W 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3241 

CDS  TS 

Kamat,  Pandurang  V 

4141  Briarwood  Ave 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-9281 

R DR 

Kanemoto,  Henry  H 

726  Spring  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 

GP 

Kaupie,  Robert  C 

212  Sturgeon  Eddy  Rd 
Wausau  WI  54401 

PTH 

Kelley,  Orville  R 

2305  Royal  Oak  Dr 
Escondido  CA  92027 

EM 

Klemm,  Frederick  A 

2404  Hawthorne  PI 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-9373 

PD 

Knutson,  Kenneth  R 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)847-3594 

AN 

Koh,  Tong  B 

1250  Forest  Hill  Rd 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-5505 

GP 

Kordiyak,  George 

126  Grand  Ave 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-1280 

DR 

Koschmann,  Edgar  B 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)847-3517 

IM 

Kramer,  James  D 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3254 

ORS 

Kranendonk,  Donald  H 

POB  1646 
Wausau  WI  54401 

PTH 

Krueger,  Leroy  A 

808  3rd  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-3375 


IM 

Kuhn, John  M R 

1 107  Woodward  Ave 
Rothschild  WI  54474 
(715)  847-3251 

PS 

Kurtz,  Jeffrey  A 
1010  Bird  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 

FP 

Lareau,  Thomas  G 

107  3rd  Ave 
Edgar  WI  54426 

GS 

Larsen,  Roy  B 

2000  Westwood  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-6530 

P 

Larson,  David  L 

1100  Lake  View  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-1636 

N PD 
Lee,  Yu-En 
44855  N 10th  St  W 
Lancaster  CA  93534 

AN 

Locher,  W George 
3326  N 11th  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-1130 

AN 

Low,  Suzanne  G H 

1250  Forest  Hill  Rd 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-5505 

DR  R 

Luthra,  Vinay  D 

604  Sturgeon  Eddy  Rd 
Wausau  WI  54401 

OPH 

MacCarthy,  Charles  F 
614  First  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)845-8201 

CD  IM 

Mackie  Jr,  Robert  W 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 

R 

Mahony,  William  M 

1225  Sunset  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)842-0624 

OM 

Mallery,  Otto  T 

Governor  Harbor 
Eleuthera  Bahama 


R IM 

Martens,  Jacob  H 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3506 

AN 

Maxfield,  Barry  A 

425  Pine  Ridge  Blvd 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-5505 

ORS 

Miller,  Thomas  O 
POB  1646 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-3202 

D A 

Miller,  William  C 

808  Third  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-4665 

P 

Minnihan,  Richard  L 

2422  Stewart  Square 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  848-1346 

GS 

Molinaro,  Albert  J 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 

PD 

Monaco,  Joseph  M 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 

PTH 

Morehead,  Richard  T 

808  Third  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-3375 

GS 

Muehlenbeck,  Erich  C 

2800  Westhill  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-3262 

FP 

Nietert,  William  C 

2010  Little  Rib  Cir 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  675-6520 

FP 

North,  David  P 

903  Hamilton  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3545 

R 

Nowinski,  Donald  M 

425  Pine  Ridge  Blvd,  #209 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)842-0624 

PD 

O’Connor,  Richard  C 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3573 


36 


MARATHON — MARINETTE/ FLORENCE — MILWAUKEE 


NS  N 

Odulio,  Teofilo  O 

425  Pine  Ridge  Blvd,  #301 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)845-7326 

D 

Owen,  William  R 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)847-3581 

GP 

Peterson,  Thomas  H 

995  Schofield  Ave 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)675-3391 

PD 

Poole,  Robert  R 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3585 

IM 

Reding,  Rick  R 

404  S Third  Ave 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-7231 

IM 

Rengel,  Thomas  N 

425  Pine  Ridge  Blvd,  #205 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-0974 

P 

Rhoades,  Bruce  C 
1100  Lakeview  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-1636 

OPH 

Rossman,  Lawrence  J 
POB  689 

Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-8201 

PD 

Rudy,  Warren  B 

404  S Third  Ave 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-7231 

P D 

Russ,  Brigitte  S 
1100  Lake  View  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 

OTO 

Sack,  J Garry 

425  Pine  Ridge  Blvd,  #305 

Wausau  WI  54401 

PD  GP 

Schooler,  Sheldon  A 
404  S Third  Ave 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-7231 

IM 

Schroeder,  Gerald  D 

425  Pine  Ridge  Blvd,  #21 1 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  848-1495 


GS  EM 

Shannon,  Richard  C 

922  Mclndoe  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-4472 

IM  CD 
Singh,  Surinder 

425  Pine  Ridge  Blvd,  #205 
Wausau  WI  54401 

FP 

Smith,  Burton  K 

212  Sturgeon  Eddy  Rd 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-0491 

EM 

Speltz,  Stephen  M 

1304  Troy  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)675-6481 

GP  OBG 
Stahmer,  Albert  H 

404  S Third  Ave 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-7231 

GS 

Stahmer,  Karl  H 

404  S Third  Ave 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  845-7231 

N 

Stanko,  Ivan 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3352 

OBG 

Starkey,  Thomas  A 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3293 

ORS 

Stoddard,  Steven  C 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 

IM 

Tange,  David  B 

924  River  Rd 
Mosinee  WI  54455 

ORS 

Tanner,  George  R 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)847-3000 

A 

Taylor,  Geoffrey 
2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3392 

FP 

Waldman,  Arthur  M 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)847-3541 


IM 

Ware,  Robert  J 

Marathon  WI  54448 

US 

Western,  Dennis  W 

12021/2  Callon  St,  #B 
Wausau  WI  54401 

FP 

Witt,  Darrell  L 

212  Sturgeon  Eddy  Rd 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-0491 

OPH 

Witteman,  George  J 
POB  689 

Wausau  WI  54401 
OTO 

Wurman,  Leonard  H 

425  Pine  Ridge  Blvd,  #305 
Wausau  WI  54401 

IM  PUD 
Yoran,  Calvin  M 

2006  Lamont  St 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  842-4717 

OBG 

Zabel,  Earl  W 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3295 

U 

Zickerman,  Philip  M 

2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau  WI  54401 
(715)  847-3364 

EM 

Zimbric,  Gary  A 
518  Remington  Rd 
Mosinee  WI  54455 


MARINETTE 

FLORENCE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP 

Barrette,  Antoine 

132  N Emery  St 
Peshtigo  WI  54157 
(715)582-4561 

GP 

Boren,  Clark  H 

1510  Main  St 
Marinette  WI  54143 

GS 

Boren,  James  A 

1510  Main  St 
Marinette  WI  54143 
(715)735-7421 


PD 

Caselton,  Stephen  C 
2500  Hall  Ave 
Marinette  WI  54143 

OBS 

Crissinger,  Harold  P 

2500  Hall  Ave 
Marinette  WI  54143 

GP 

Darcy,  David  D 

2500  Hall  Ave 
Marinette  WI  54143 

IM  PUD 
Foley,  Thomas  F 

1510  Main  St 
Marinette  WI  54143 

OBG 

Hashimoto,  Junji  S 

2709  Richard  St 
Marinette  WI  54143 
(715)735-7421 

OPH 

Hoyme,  Steven  H 
801  Wells  St 
Marinette  WI  54143 
(715)735-6658 

FP 

Jones,  Russell  C 
POB  18 

Pound  WI 54161 
(414)  897-2331 

CLP  P 
Keller,  Jon  L 

3100  Shore  Dr,  Dept  Path 
Marinette  WI  54143 
(715)735-6621 

GP 

Koepp,  Charles  E 

2500  Hall  Ave 
Marinette  WI  54143 

IM  NEP 
Kraus,  John  E 

1510  Main  St 
Marinette  WI  54143 

PD 

Lee,  Alice  M 

Wausaukee  WI  54177 
(715)  856-5131 

GS 

Magnin,  Dean  A 

1510  Main  St 
Marinette  WI  54143 
(715)735-7421 

IM 

Mertens,  David  R 

1510  Main  St 
Marinette  WI  54143 

GP 

Moss,  Kenneth  J 
2500  Hall  Ave 
Marinette  W I 54143 


GP  OS 
Pelkey,  Ralph  B 

Rt  2 Box  17 
Crivitz  WI  541 14 
(715)  854-7151 

GP  GS 

Pinegar,  Kenneth  G 

2500  Hall  Ave 
Marinette  WI  54143 
(715)  735-3356 

GS 

Pinkerton,  John  D 

2500  Hall  Ave 
Marinette  WI  54143 
(715)735-3356 

PTH 

Rogers,  Raymond  J 

Rt  1 Box  52 
Oconto  WI  54153 
(414)  834-4745 

IM 

Stripling,  Burnell  D 

2500  Hall  Ave 
Marinette  WI  54143 
(715)735-3356 

PD 

Tsai,  Jung-Nan 
1510  Main  St 
Marinette  WI  54143 

P 

Veit,  Henry 
Rt  1 Box  81W 
Marinette  WI  54143 
(715)582-4240 

FP  OBG 
Worden,  Leonard  R 

1510  Main  St 
Marinette  WI  54143 
(715)735-6421 

ORS 

Yuska,  Kenneth  H 

1424  Newberry  Ave 
Marinette  WI  54143-2498 
(715)732-1745 

GP  GS 

Zeratsky,  James  D 
1510  Main  St 
Marinette  WI  54143 
(715)735-7421 


MILWAUKEE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

OPH 

Aaberg,  Thomas  M 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  771-9560 

IM 

Abdallah,  Wadie  A 

3533  E Ramsey  Ave 
Cudahy WI 531 10 


MILWAUKEE 


37 


AN 

Abram,  Stephen  E 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

R 

Abrams,  Julian  E 
POB  1644 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  384-2000 

IM  CD 

Acevedo,  Ramon  E 

3070  N 51st  St,  #601 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)444-1123 

GP 

Ackerman,  Donald  S 

6815  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)  466-8660 

GP 

Ackerman,  Eugene  J 

12835  N Colony  Dr 
23W  Mequon  WI  53092 
(414)  243-5028 

GS  R 

Adamkiewicz  Jr,  Joseph  J 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

IM 

Adams,  Albert  H 

5757  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)321-4343 

IM  PUD 
Adlam,  Robert  T 

5324  N Santa  Monica  B1 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

PD 

Agarwal,  Avadh  B 

4300  W Burleigh  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  873-3440 

OBG 

Albrecht,  Donald  J 

1 1035  W Forest  Home  Ave 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 
(414)425-1790 

GS 

Altman,  S David  P 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)342-0777 

PTH 

Altshuler,  Charles  H 

5000  W Chambers  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  447-2271 

PD 

Altstadt,  John  F 

1 1035  W Forest  Home  Ave 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 
(414)  425-5660 


FP 

Amos,  David  E 
4823  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  444-7787 

GP 

Anacleto,  Eduardo  F 

541 1 S 76th  St 
GreendaleWI  53129 

CHP  P 
Andersen,  John  T 

409  E Silver  Spring  Dr 
Whitefish  Bay  WI  53217 

(414)  964-4830 

U 

Andres,  Francis  I 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

ORS 

Ansfield,  David  J 

1410  S Ocean  Dr,  #601 
Hollywood  FL  33019 
(305)921-5281 

P N 

Apfelberg,  Herbert  J 

696  Towle  Way,  #37 
Palo  Alto  CA  94306 

(415) 493-9120 

GP 

Appleby,  Keith  B 

15155  Cascade  Dr 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 

GS 

Aquino,  Manuel  M 

4893  N Green  Bay  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)  264-8450 

AN 

Arcilla,  Senen  S 

16525  Nancy  La 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)782-6507 

OTO  OS 
Armagan,  Senekerim 

5820  S Packard  Ave 
Cudahy WI 531 10 
(414)  769-9065 

R RET 

Armbruster,  John  L 

4060  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)962-3965 

PD 

Ashraf,  Hebatollah  S 

949  Glenview  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 

AN 

Asiddao,  Caridad  B 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

GP 

Asinas,  Ddefonso  L 

2745  W Layton  Ave,  #104 
Milwaukee  WI  53221 
(414)  282-0546 


PD 

Askot,  Melvin  M 

3975  N 68th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)  466-9530 

IM 

Aster,  Richard  H 

POB  10-G 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  933-5000 

OBG 

Atamdede,  Yasar  I 

3333  S 27th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)647-8100 

TS  CDS 
Auer,  James  E 
2300  N Mayfair  Rd,  #945 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-2200 

IM 

Auger,  Gerald  E 

6745  W Wells  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 

IM  GER 
Ausman,  Donald  C 

735  W Wis  Ave,  #1190 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  272-1995 

PD 

Ayengar,  Shanta 

170  N 76th  St,  #6 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 

AN 

Azcueta,  Cesar  S 
3565  N Green  Bay  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53212 

OBG 

Azcueta,  Ester  S 
2315  N Lake  Dr,  #715 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  273-2430 

PDR  R 

Babbitt,  Donald  P 

2701  E Beverly  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  961-0359 

GP 

Babby,  Louis 
6001  W Center  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  871-5330 

OBG 

Baccus,  Donald  J 
2738  N 117th  PI 
Wauwatosa  WI  53222 
(414)  258-4048 

GS 

Bachhuber,  Edward  A 

607  River  Dr 
Mayville  WI  53050 
(414)  387-2595 


OBG 

Bae,  Ik  Hak 

1 1035  W Forest  Home  Ave 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 

OBG 

Bahai,  Rajinder  K 

100  15th  Ave 
S Milwaukee  WI  53172 

PM 

Bahai,  Santosh  K 

3237  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-5242 

R 

Bahr,  Robert  D 

8901  W Lincoln  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  321-2200 

IM  CD 
Baier,  Armin  R 

6745  W Wells  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 
(414)  453-5810 

OBG 

Baird,  William  W 

8531  W Lincoln  Ave 
POB  27247 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  321-1100 

GS 

Bakaleinik,  Maurice 

Gen  Delivery 
Minong  WI  54859 

P 

Baker,  Durward  A 

2300  Mayfair  Rd,  #930 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  259-0230 

GP 

Baker,  Vance  L 
4808  W Lloyd  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 

IM 

Baker,  William  V 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd,  #308-09 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  774-7200 

IM  PUD 
Banaszak,  Edward  F 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  #803 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  272-2985 

PD  A 

Banda,  Pedro  N 

6030  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)  442-6970 

IM  PUD 
Banyai,  Andrew  L 

470  3rd  St  S 
St  Petersburg  FL  33701 
(813)  898-5961 


AN 

Bardeen-Henschel,  Ann 

412  N Lake  Rd 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-3645 

PTH 

Bareta,  John  M 

5000  W Chambers  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  447-2271 

GP 

Barnes,  Richard  O 

6000  S 27th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53221 

D 

Barnett,  Sheldon  M 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-2232 

D 

Barrock,  James  J 

12605  Elmhurst  Pkwy 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)  272-4113 

CHP  PD 
Barthel,  Richard  P 

1700  W Wis  Ave,  POB  1997 
Milwaukee  WI  53201 

EM 

Bartlett,  J Michael 

11 130  W Morgan,  #K-211 
Greenfield  WI  53228 

PTH 

Batayias,  George  E 
500  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

FP 

Bauch,  Norbert  G 

2400  W Villard  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)263-8191 

ORS 

Bauer,  Mark  A 

8410  W Cleveland  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)321-6060 

P 

Bauer,  William 

2727  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)774-4400 

GS 

Bauman,  Richard  O 

8332  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

FP 

Beaver,  Donald  R 
(DO) 

6901  W Edgerton  Ave 
POB  20928 
Milwaukee  WI  53220 
(414)  421-8400 


38 


MILWAUKEE 


PD 

Beck,  Karl  H 

POB  601 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  771-5600 

TS 

Becker,  Barney  B 

2400  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

ORS 

Becker,  David  L 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)933-1941 

GE  IM 
Becker,  Irvin  M 

788  N Jefferson  St,  #704 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

IM 

Becker,  John  F 

1720  E Lake  Bluff  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

PS 

Beckes,  Robert  J 

5032  W Forest  Home  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 

IM 

Belfus,  Frank  H 

POB  601 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  771-5600 

OBG 

Beilis,  David  N 
7635  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  321-4500 

FP 

Beltran,  Luciano  R 

W125  N6844  Ruby  Dr 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 

PTH 

Bemis,  Edwin  L 

620  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-9600 

GP  OM 
Bender,  Boris  I 

5148  N Teutonia  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

GS 

Benjamin,  Hiram  B 

6168  Washington  Cir 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)  453-2422 

A 

Benner,  Marshall  H 

324  E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-4204 

A 

Benson,  Thomas  E 
2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  476-9900 


NS 

Benzel,  Edward  C 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

OPH 

Bercovici,  Edwin  B 
1 1 1 W Ravine  Baye  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

NS  N 

Berglund,  George  A J 

3070  N 51st  St,  #701 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  873-7400 

GP  IM 

Bergmann,  Gerald  J 

5232  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  541-6330 

D 

Berman,  Alexander 

7400  W Brown  Deer  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53223 

FP 

Bernas,  Alex  A 

3929  N Humboldt  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53212 

GP 

Bernhard,  Louis  A 

1610  N Prospect  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

GP  OM  RET 
Bernhart,  Ervin  L 

13475  Commons  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

GP 

Bernstein,  Harvey  H 

2300  W Good  Hope  Rd,  #137 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

N CHN 

Beroukhim,  Feridoun 

2400  S 90th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 
(414)  546-0800 

GS 

Berridge  Jr,  Frank  E 

8430  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  463-1220 

PM 

Bhala,  Ram  Parvesh 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-6944 

P 

Bhore,  Jayawant  N 

1543  N Prospect  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  765-0225 

GP 

Biboso,  Romeo  B 
100  15th  Ave 

South  Milwaukee  WI  53172 
(414)  762-3680 


GP  RET 
Bickler,  Edwin  P 

9993  W North  Ave,  #340 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

R NM 

Biedlingmaier,  Gerard  J 

5900  S Lake  Dr 
Cudahy WI53110 
(414)778-0338 

GPM  EM 
Biek,  Richard  W 

3023  N Stowell  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  27M131 

OBG 

Biever,  Paul  H 

155  E Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

GP 

Biller,  James  H 

2557  S Kinnickinnic 
Milwaukee  WI  53207 
(414)  744-3438 

OBG 

Bines,  Milton  M 

536  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)  271-3213 

GE  IM 
Bjork,  John  T 

5757  W Okla  Ave,  #206 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  546-1513 

PYA  P 
Black,  David  P 

2600  Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  258-4666 

PYA  P 
Black,  Samuel  B 

681 1 N Reynard  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  933-1084 

P PA 

Blackwell,  Barry 

POB  342 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  289-8620 

OPH 

Blankstein,  Samuel  S 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-3795 

OTO 

Blatnik,  Donald  S 

2400  S 90th  St 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  543-3100 

D 

Bleil,  David  C 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  771-4060 


P 

Bliwas,  Crain  H 

2200  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

ORS 

Blount,  Walter  P 

2825  N Hackett  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  962-0515 

PS  GS 
Bock,  Harvey  M 
2315  N Lake  Dr,  #807 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 

OBG 

Bodner,  Aaron  C 

700  N Water  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)271-6833 

DR 

Boex,  Robert  M 

2820  Cambridge  Cir 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

AN 

Bogle  Sr,  Warren  C 

2400  Whipple  Tree  La 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  786-2049 

P 

Bogost,  Bruce  R 
W303  N5965  Sehler’s  La 
Hartland  WI  53029 

FP 

Bogunovic,  Dragan 

3238  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  643-4470 

GP  GS 
Bo  nan,  Joseph  D 

10425  W North  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  774-2883 

TS  CDS 

Bonchek,  Lawrence  I 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5545 

OM  RET 
Bond, John  M 

2012  Nagawicka  Rd 
Hartland  WI  53029 
(414)  367-2514 

P 

Bond, John  T 

2350  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-5555 

EM 

Bonelli,  Landy  E 

1434  N 122nd  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  258-8679 


IM 

Borman,  Milton  C 

324  E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-8680 

FP 

Bomstein,  Samuel  L 

2304  W Dickinson  Ct 
Mequon  WI  53092 
(414)242-1244 

IM 

Bortin,  Mortimer  M 

Winter  Research  Lab 
POB  342 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  289-8110 

CD 

Botticelli,  James  T 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd,  #890 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

IM 

Bottum,  Michael  W 

6745  W Wells  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)  453-5870 

GS 

Boulanger,  Wayne  J 

2015  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)961-2211 

U 

Bourne,  Charles  W 

3003  W Good  Hope  Rd 
POB  17300 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  352-3100 

U 

Bourne,  N Warren 

2600  N Mayfair  Rd,  #545 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

U 

Bourne,  Richard  B 

2600  N Mayfair  Rd,  #545 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  476-0430 

GS  CDS 
Bowman,  John  W 

5757  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  327-3120 

IM 

Bowyer,  Karen  I 
822  N McKnight  Rd 
St  Louis  MO  63122 

GP 

Boxer,  Leo  M 
500  W Bradley  Rd 
Fox  Point  WI  53217 
(414)351-0683 

U 

Boxer,  Richard  J 

1218  W Kilbourne  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  276-4888 


MILWAUKEE 


39 


GP 

Boxer,  Sidney  M 

9632  W Appleton  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53225 
(414)  461-8850 

OBG 

Boyd  Jr,  Andrew 

3003  W Good  Hope  Rd 
POB  17300 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)352-3100 

PM 

Boyle,  Robert  W 

5000  W National  Ave 
Wood  WI  53193 
(414)  384-2000 

ORS 

Bragg,  Everett  C 
500  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53223 
(414)  932-7600 

GS 

Brah,  William  A 

10008  N Holmes  Ct 
22W  Mequon  WI  53092 
(414)  242-9363 

OTO  OPH 
Brand,  William  D 

238  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 

IM 

Braunstein,  William  I 

10243  W National  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414) 541-9900 

AN 

Brazy,  Robert  R 

4044  N Oakland 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 

OBG 

Brennan,  John  J 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  344-3760 

ORS 

Brewer,  Bruce  J 

Dept  of  Ortho  Surgery 
8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)257-5432 

GP  OPH 
Brillman,  Charles  R 

1610  N Prospect  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

AN 

Brindis,  Charles 

2025  Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

PTH 

Briselli,  Michael  F 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-6441 


GH 

Brown,  John  R 

5621  Broad  St 
GreendaleWI  53129 

PTH 

Brown,  Roland  C 

2554  N 100th  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

Brown,  Stephen  H 

725  N 22nd  St,  #208 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

ORS 

Bruno,  Domenick  S 

7545  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)351-3500 

PD  PUD 
Bruns,  W Theodore 

10425  W North  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  771-0780 

R 

Brutvan  II,  F Martin 

3066  N 49th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

IM 

Bryant,  John  M 

3003  W Good  Hope  Rd 
POB  17300 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)352-3100 

OBG 

Buggy,  William  J 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  778-0070 

P 

Bujard  Jr,  Robert  S 

9191  Watertown  Plank 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-7400 

GS 

Bunkfeldt,  Frederick 

POB  V 

Elkhart  Lake  WI  53020 
(414)  876-2692 

AN 

Burchman,  Sheldon  L 

2266  N Prospect  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  276-1627 

PTH 

Burg  Jr,  Edward  A 

2025  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  961-3950 

OBG 

Burgess  Jr,  Gordon  F 

2015  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  962-3450 


R 

Burko,  Henry 

POB  342 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  289-8015 

GP  GS 

Buscaglia,  Anthony  T 

13135  Lee  Ct 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 

OPH  OTO  RET 
Bussey,  Arthur  D 

2042  Church  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

PD 

Buszkiewicz,  Ted  S 
5535  Grandview  Dr 
GreendaleWI  53129 
(414)  425-4668 

R 

Byrne,  Richard  R 

5900  S Lake  Dr 
Cudahy  WI  53110 

PTH 

Cafaro,  Anthony  F 

5000  W Chambers  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  447-2271 

PTH 

Cafaro,  John  R 

5000  W Chambers  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  447-2271 

GP 

Caimacan,  Dumitru  T 

1665  N Calhoun  Rd 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

IM 

Caine,  Donald 

2400  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

IM 

Caine,  Marc  R 

2400  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

OTO  HNS 
Calimlim,  Jefferson 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  271-3700 

FP  OS 

Callan,  Robert  E 

668  N 78th  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 
(414)  476-0628 

U 

Calvy,  Donald  W 
950  N 75th  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 
(414)  258-5973 

IM  CD 
Calvy,  Thomas  L 
8205  Rockway  PI 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)  453-5870 


D 

Cantieri,  John  S 

17030  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  784-7820 

OPH 

Carl,  E Franklin 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  476-8444 

PTH 

Carlson,  David  J 

POB  503 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  289-7169 

AN 

Carpenter,  Frederick  J 

620  N 75th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 

IM 

Cartes,  Alfred 

1513  E Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  332-5873 

GP 

Cary,  John  F 

4183  W College  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53221 
(414)421-7722 

GS 

Casper,  William  T 

1889  S Abrego  Dr 
Green  Valley  AZ  85614 
(602)  625-2031 

OBG 

Castillo,  Marcelo  G 

1672  S Ninth  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53204 
(414)  383-4700 

EM 

Cervenansky,  James  M 
8530  W Hawthorne  La 
Franklin  WI  53132 
(414)  425-6358 

OPH 

Cesarz,  Thomas  J 
2300  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  259-9090 

ORS 

Chalos,  William  P 

3201  S 16th  St,  #2005 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  645-7300 

IM 

Chamberlain,  John  O 

324  E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

OBG 

Chambers,  Laroyce  F 
2711  W Wells  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  933-6666 


HS  GS 
Chamoy,  Lewis 
2300  N Mayfair  Rd,  #100 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  453-7418 

GE  IM 
Chang,  Sekon 
2315  N Lake  Dr,  #1010 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  276-8499 

OBG 

Chatterjee,  Ashok  K 

85 1 1 W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 

CDS  TS 

Cheema,  Mohammad  A 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  #911 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

CD  IM 
Chelius,  Carl  J 

3533  E Ramsey  Ave 
Cudahy  WI53110 
(414)769-6600 

IM  CD 

Chintamaneni,  Jagan  M 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-3700 

OPH 

Chisholm,  Donald  E 

10425  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  250-4390 

OBG 

Choithani,  Hansa  C 

4778  N Cramer  St 
Whitefish  BayWI  53211 

GP 

Chojnacki,  Steve  L 

2218  S Seventh  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  672-2180 

GS 

Chopyak,  John  A 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

OTO  PS 
Christian,  James  A 

2266  N Prospect  Ave,  #520 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

EM  GS 

Christianson,  Randolph  P 

2414  N 60th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

IM  GE 
Chua,  David  B 

2040  W Wis  Ave,  #505 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-9851 

FP 

Chudnow,  Robert  S 

5233  W Morgan 
Greenfield  WI  53220 
(414)  327-4450 


40 


MILWAUKEE 


IM 

Chung,  William  W 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  W I 53215 
(414)  645-4240 

OPH 

Churchill,  Bernard  P 

9321  Briarwood  Circle 
Sun  City  AZ  85351 
(602)  977-3762 

IM 

Ciccantelli,  Mark  J 
610  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  W1  53233 

IM 

Clasen,  Walter  E 
8430  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  464-1220 

PTH 

Claudon,  Dann  B 

Rt  1 Box  50B 
Oostburg  WI  53070 
(414)  458-9919 

GP 

Clemence,  James  A 
6080  S 108th  St 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 
(414)  425-5351 

OBG 

Clifford,  Richard  M 

2400  S 90th  St,  0308 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  546-1050 

IM  CD 
Co,  Eddy  D 

2266  N Prospect  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  278-7890 

PD 

Coe,  Anthony  O 

756  N 35th  St,  0202 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 

OBG 

Coffey,  John  M 

9205  W Center  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  258-9431 

IM 

Coffey  Jr,  William  L 

735  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  276-2060 

P PYA 
Coheen,  Jack  J 

161  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)271-1130 

PM 

Cohen,  Albert  M 

7324  N Seneca  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 


PD 

Cohen,  Donald  J 

8653  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  228-1140 

PTH 

Cohen,  Elsa  B 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-6201 

OPH 

Cohen,  Norman  E 

2040  W Wis  Ave,  0701 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-5150 

PDS 

Cohen,  Roger  D 

9073  N Bayside  Dr 
Bayside  WI  53217 

ORS 

Coles,  Elliot  L 
1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

GS  OM 

Collentine,  George  E 
2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-3700 

PTH 

Collins,  Daniel  P 

8901  W Lincoln  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  321-2200 

GP 

Collins,  Eugene  G 
2400  S 90th  St,  0114 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  321-1200 

PTH  CLP 
Collins,  Richard  A 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-7261 

OPH 

Collis-Geers,  Jane  M 
17050  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  786-0240 

ORS 

Collopy,  Michael  C 
161  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)  271-6710 

ORS 

Collopy,  Paul  J 

161  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)271-6710 

GS 

Condon,  Robert  E 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5505 


GS  CDS 
Conley,  James  E 
1406  E Fox  Lane 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  352-8363 

PTH 

Conlon,  Harold  J 

8901  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 

R 

Conmy,  Michael  F 
POB  1644 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  937-2131 

IM 

Conradson,  Eric  P 
2222  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  476-9440 

GS 

Conroy,  Conde  F 
714  E Glendale  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  964-7893 

GS 

Conway, John  D 
2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-3700 

IM 

Cook,  Harold  E 
7431  W Wind  Lake  Rd 
Wind  Lake  WI  53185 
(414)  895-7545 

IM 

Cordes,  John  E 
5757  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414) 321-3700 

PD 

Cordes,  Victor  J 

10625  W North  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)774-4141 

GP 

Cornell,  John  W 

3533  E Ramsey  Ave 
Cudahy  WI  531 10 

GP 

Cornfield,  Asher  L 

5301  W Hampton  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53218 
(414)463-2860 

GP 

Cornfield,  Jerome  R 

5301  W Hampton  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53218 

IM 

Correll,  Howard  L 
Rt  1 

Arena  WI  53503 


TR 

Cox,  James  D 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5636 

GP 

Cox,  Thomas  J 
6900  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  352-0900 

US 

Craite,  Edgar  J 
301  W Marion  St 
Portage  WI  53901 

GP  OBG 
Cramer,  Richard  P 

1700  S 60th  St 
West  Allis  WI  53214 
(414)545-1111 

IM  GE 

Cromwell,  Charles  L 
2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-3700 

R GP 

Cronin,  Robert  P 

4318  N Prospect  Ave 
Shorewood  WI  53211 

FP  OM 
Cryns,  Werner  F 

500  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  931-7600 

CD 

Cummins,  Frank  E 

2722  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)384-2710 

NS 

Cusick,  Joseph  F 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5510 

FP 

Cutting,  Harry  M 

2723  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  645-1210 

PD 

Czajka,  John  J 

1 1035  W Forest  Home  Ave 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 
(414)  425-5660 

Czarnecki,  David  J 

3420  AS  19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

TR  GS 

Da  Conceicao,  Alberto  L 
950  N 12th  St,  POB  342 
Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  289-8290 


PN 

Dagon,  Eugene  M 

5851  N Shore  Dr 
Whitefish  Bay  WI  53217 

FP 

Dale,  Henry  L 

3660  N Teutonia  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53206 
(414)  871-4466 

GP  OBG 
Dali,  Glenn  A 

610  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

GP 

Damiano,  Nicholas  F 

5757  S 108th  St 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 

N OS 

Danforth,  R Clarke 

3070  N 51st  St,  0100 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  447-6030 

CD  IM 
Daniel,  Alan 

425  E Wis  Ave,  0218 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  277-0327 

IM  PUD 
Daniels,  Einar  R 

7400  Harwood  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

P 

Danziger,  Lewis 

8502  Stickney  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)774-1955 

IM  OS 
Darien,  Gholi  G 

788  N Jefferson  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  272-8950 

GP  GS  RET 
Darling,  Sylvester  J 
9731  N Valley  Hill  Dr 
W33  Mequon  WI  53092 
(414)241-5027 

GS  PS 
Das,  Dilip  K 
3124-B  S 27th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-2899 

PD 

Datka,  Gordon  L 

8276  Flagstone  Ct 
GreendaleWI  53129 

OPH 

Davenport,  Richard  D 

2400  S 90th  St 
West  Allis  WI  53227 


MILWAUKEE 


41 


PM 

Davidoff,  Donna  D 

4200  WRiv  Edge  Cir,  #15 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)355-2996 

GP 

Davidoff,  Isidore  Z 

425  Idaho  Ave,  tf 7 
Santa  Monica  CA  90403 

FP  OS 
Davies,  John  A 

3489  N 76th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  871-3300 

GS 

Davis,  Donald  P 

2015  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)961-0606 

CHP  N 
Davis,  Jean  P 
Rt  1 Box  221C 
Westfield  WI  53964 

OPH 

Davis,  Jeffrey  P 
2351  Clay  St,  #414 
San  Francisco  CA  94115 
(414)  931-6767 

Davis,  Ronald  D 

840  N 24th  St,  #104 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

IM 

De  Groat  Jr,  Frank  L 

1608  W Green  Tree  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

R 

Dehn,  Thomas  G 

620  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

PTH 

Deiparine  Jr,  Alfonso  B 

620  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-9600 

GS 

Del  Mar,  Francisco  Y 
3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  645-4240 

US 

Demeter,  Nicholas  D 

5920  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 

AN 

Denio  Jr,  Martin  J 

W359  S10744  Nature  Rd 
Rt  2 Box  92 
Eagle  WI  531 19 

N 

De  Oliveira,  Mario  M 

2015  E Newport  Ave,  #408 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)961-7305 


FP 

De  Quina,  Magtangol  R 

4819  S Packard  Ave 
Cudahy WI 53110 

ORS 

Derderian,  Harry 

751  Amy  Belle  Lake  Rd 
Hubertus  WI  53033 
(414)  628-2479 

GP  GS 
Derse,  Fabian  R 

4504  W Fond  du  Lac  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)445-4171 

IM  OS 

Dessel,  Bertram  H 

9999  W North  Ave,  #1 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

GP 

Dettmann,  Norbert  F 

10590-139  Way  N 
Largo  FL  33540 
(813)  595-7088 

AN 

De  Vault,  Marion  L 

14880  W Juneau  Blvd 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 

GP  IM 

Deysach,  Leonard  J 

3489  N 76th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  444-0760 

AN 

Dhamee,  Mohammed  S 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-6269 

GP 

Dhuey,  Joseph  N 
7623  W Burleigh  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  873-0360 

IM  GE 
Diba,  Ali  A 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  671-0121 

OM  GP 

Dibeneditto,  Joseph  P 

2400  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

ORS 

Dicus,  William  T 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-1941 

ORS 

Dieterle,  Carl  H 

POB  16577 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 

Dillig,  Katherine  M 

2828  N 46th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 


US 

Dillon,  Michael  E 

505  Aber  St 
Waterford  WI  53185 
(414)534-5176 

OBG 

Di  Ulio,  Lynn  K 

2400  S 90th  St,  #210 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  545-5050 

PS 

Dix,  Christopher  R 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-3370 

PS 

Docktor,  John  P 

161  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)  271-4810 

OBG 

Dolan,  James  D 

2400  S 90th  St,  #210 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  545-5050 

AN 

Domann,  William  A 

N86W 16686  Jacobson  Dr 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
(414)  251-0592 

D 

Domnitz,  Jeffrey  M 

9004  W Lincoln  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)321-2300 

IM  GE 
Dooley,  John  E 

3070  N 51st  St,  #507 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  447-6622 

PS 

Dorman,  David  K 

2323  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  476-8855 

OPH 

Dorn,  Anton  S 

1684  N Prospect  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-1580 

PD 

Dorrington,  Arthur  J 

1 1035  W Forest  Home  Ave 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 
(414)  425-5660 

Downs,  Gregory  J 
8015  Harwood  Ave,  #2 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

IM 

Drayna,  Christopher  J 

324  E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  272-6310 


GP 

Dricken,  Hilbert  N 

4837  W Sunnyside  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)774-6816 

IM 

Driscoll,  Thomas  P 

10125  W North  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  771-9870 

IM  GS 

Drozewski,  Max  F 
1401 A W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

OBG 

Drvaric,  Emil  J 

3535  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)383-2833 

IM 

Duchelie,  Richard  A 

3070  N 51st  St,  #601 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  444-1123 

PM 

Dudenhoefer,  Paul  A 

12535  Stephen  Place 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)786-8885 

IM 

Duncan,  Thomas  K 

3336  N Oakland  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

OTO 

Duncavage,  James  A 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5169 

NS 

Dunn,  David  K 

324  E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  765-0120 

ORS 

Dunst,  Carl  G 

1930  E North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

PD 

Duquesnoy,  Rudolf 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

U 

Durkee,  Charles  T 

2600  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  476-0430 

TS 

Dvorak,  Harold  J 

Drawer  1 1-0 
Milwaukee  WI  53201 

OPH 

Easom,  Harry  A 
2315  N Lake  Dr,  #617 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-7200 


OTO 

Eby,  Lee  G 
324  E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  273-7833 

FP 

Eckstrom,  Philip  T 

3225  Cullen  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  421-8400 

CDS  TS 
Eghbali,  Hassan 
2315  N Lake  Dr,  #820 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  276-6161 

FP  GP 

Eichenberger,  Charles  R 
1425  E Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  962-1630 

PD  NEP 
Eisenberg,  Carl  S L 
3003  W Good  Hope  Rd 
POB  17300 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)352-3100 

FP  IM 

Eisenberg,  Edward 
4416  W Medford  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)  444-1726 

GS 

Ekbom,  Gregory  A 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

GS 

Elconin,  Arnold  N 

1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  271-2154 

PS 

Elias,  Sharon  L 
400  W Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

R 

Elson,  Matthew  W 
8901  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 

OM 

End,  Jack  A 

720  E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-1444 

PD  P 
Epstein,  Ely 
8653  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  228-1140 

GS  OM 
Erbes,  John 

8301  N Allen  La 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  352-4268 


42 


MILWAUKEE 


PTH 

Erwin,  Chesley  P 
8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)257-5600 

IM 

Esser,  John  H 
700  N Water  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  273-7994 

D 

Ethington,  James  E 

2923  W Layton  Ave 
Greenfield  WI  53221 
(414)  281-0712 

IM 

Evans-Gresch,  Elizabeth  A 
POB  512 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  475-4410 

IM 

Evans,  Silas  M 
81 1 E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  278-7130 

OPH 

Fabric,  Kenneth  S 

1714  E Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  332-0606 

GS 

Falecki,  Julian  W 

10125  W North  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  258-6055 

PTH 

Falsetti,  Frank  P 

2525  S Shore  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53207 

R 

Farley,  George  E 
2400  W Villard  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

D 

Farrell,  Hubert  J 

203  W Suburban  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)352-9145 

IM 

Feiges,  Lewis  M 
2400  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  671-7000 

AN 

Felizmena,  Renato  C 

13320  Commons  Dr 
Lamplighter  Pk 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

GP 

Fetherston  Jr,  John  P 

6900  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)352-0900 


FP 

Fetherston,  Michael  P 

6900  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

OBG 

Fetherston,  Thomas  J 

6900  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

OBG 

Fetherston,  William  C 

POB  339 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  289-7068 

AN 

Fick,  Kenneth  R 

1135  Legion  Dr 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)786-1300 

R 

Fidler,  Alan  B 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-6823 

OPH 

Fiedler,  Howard  W 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  259-9090 

FP 

Fifrick,  Lloyd  L 
4302  N 104th  St,  #3 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)464-1983 

IM  OS 

Filmanowicz,  Edward  V 

3070  N 51st  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

IM 

Fine,  Jacob  M 

100  15th  Ave 

South  Milwaukee  WI  53172 
(414)  762-3680 

U 

Fine,  Stuart  W 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

R 

Finger,  William  A 

323  Crescent  La 
Thiensville  WI  53092 
(414)  242-4685 

OBG 

Finlayson,  William  E 
2003  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53206 

OTO 

Finn,  Charles  J 

10520  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Mequon  WI  53092 

P 

Fischer,  Donald  C 

17990  Royal  Crest  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 


GER  IM 
Fisk,  Albert  A 
POB  11-0 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  937-2568 

OTO 

Flanary,  Lawrence  M 
10425  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

ORS 

Flatley,  Thomas  J 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-8158 

CDS  TS 
Flemma,  Robert  J 

9800  W Bluemound  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  475-1585 

ORS 

Flesch,  James  R 
7545  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)351-3500 

GP 

Flood,  Robert  E 

6900  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  352-0900 

GS 

Flynn,  George  F 
2015  E Newport  Ave,  #305 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  961-2226 

D 

Foerster  Jr,  Harry  R 

5133  N Palisades  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

OBG 

Foley,  David  V 
2457  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  476-0306 

OBG 

Fons  Jr,  Jerome  W 

3533  E Ramsey  Ave 
Cudahy WI 53110 
(414)  769-7070 

IM  CD 

Forward,  Daniel  J 

7400  Harwood  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

PD 

Foster,  Beth  L 

3437  N 53rd  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)  442-0333 

ORS  IM 
Foster,  Lawrence  L 
POB  103 

Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)786-2875 


OPH 

Fox,  Martin  J 

7037  St  James  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 
(414)771-7572 

OTO 

Fox,  Meyer  S 
2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-8255 

PUD  IM 
Fox,  Milton  J 

8-B  Eagan  Ave 
Langley  AFB  VA  23665 
(804)851-9290 

PS 

Frackelton,  William  H 

15  Victoria  Dr  Moss  Cr  Plan 
Hilton  Head  Is  SC  29928 

IM 

Franke,  Glenn  H 

324  E Wisconsin  Ave,  #1330 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)272-6310 

OS 

Franklin,  Isadore 

1028  E Juneau  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

IM 

Franklin,  Richard  L 

1218  W Kilboum  Ave,  #207 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

OTO 

Frawley,  Donald  D 

9113  Lockland  Ct 
Sun  City  AZ  85351 
(602)977-0753 

NS 

Frazin,  Lawrence  J 

161  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)  272-3673 

GS 

Freedman,  Milton  S 

1218  W Kilboum  Ave,  #109 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  272-5977 

IM 

Freeman,  Timothy  J 

2212  N 51st  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 

IM 

Fricano,  Salvatore 
3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

IM  CD 

Friedman,  Burton  J 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-8700 

OTO 

Friedman,  Jerry  E 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-8255 


IM  OS 

Friedrichs,  Edward  S 

6745  West  Wells  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)  453-5870 

U 

Frisch,  John  G 

3487  N Summit  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

IM  CD 
Frisch,  Robert  A 

788  N Jefferson  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)276-1906 

IM 

Fritz,  Richard  D 

788  N Jefferson,  #300 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  272-8950 

OBG 

Fritz,  Robert  J 

3535  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)384-1372 

P 

Fruth,  Rodney  B 

1 1 1 E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

IM  PUD 
Fuh,  Yen  J 

10701  W North  Ave,  #22 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  257-0212 

GP 

Fulton,  James  W 

1429  S 70th  St 
West  Allis  WI  53214 
(414)  476-4106 

Furlano,  Frank  P 

2821  N 47th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

GP 

Gabby  Jr,  Samuel  L 

821  E Buttles  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)352-8781 

GP  GS 

Gabriel,  Reynaldo  P 

4535  W Loomis  Rd 
POB  5738 

Greenfield  WI  53220 
(414)  281-7888 

ORS 

Gaenslen,  Frederick  G 

1031  N Astor  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-1575 

IM 

Galang  Jr,  Miguel  T 

9000  W Burleigh  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 


MILWAUKEE 


43 


CD 

Gale,  Henry  H 

2722  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI 53215 
(414)384-2710 

GER  END 
Gambert,  Steven  R 

5000  W National  Ave 
Wood  WI  53193 
(414)  384-2000 

AN 

Gandhi,  Shantilal  K 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

OM 

Gandy,  Theodore  I 

1601  Shasta  St 
McAllen  TX  78501 
(512)  682-1874 

IM 

Gani,  Mukhtar  A 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  0603 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  224-0200 

US 

Garens,  Ralph  W 

2817  N 71st  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

IM  CD 
Garg,  Anil  K 

3238  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  643-4343 

FP 

Garland,  Thomas  F 
610  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  782-4893 

OPH  OS 
Gamer,  Lawrence  L 

939  Coast  Blvd,  #10-E 
La  Jolla  CA  92037 
(714)  459-0807 

IM  RET 
Garry,  Mark  W 

2718  N 67th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  873-3986 

P N 

Garsha,  Larry  S 
6917  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  543-1135 

GP  OBG 
Gasparri,  Piero  G 
1 106  E Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53207 
(414)  482-4750 

Gavinski,  Mary  P 

5322  W Wis  Ave,  #2 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 

OPH  OTO 
Gaynon,  Irwin  E 
5067  N Woodburn  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 


PD 

Gecht,  Eli  A 
1672  S 9th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53204 
(414)  383-4700 

FP 

Geigler,  James  E 
5615  W Hampton  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53218 
(414)  463-8900 

P CHP 
Geist,  Jack  E 
10140  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Mequon  WI  53092 
(414)241-3055 

GP 

Gendlin,  Nathan  A 

500  W Bradley  Rd,  #B115 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)352-6474 

EM  FP 

Gennrich,  Joan  M 

8024  N 76th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53223 
(414)355-3100 

ORS 

George,  Konstantine  S 
9400  W Lincoln  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 

EM 

Gerschke,  Gary  L 
545  Wilson  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)961-3508 

PM  IM 

Gettelman,  Sydney  T 

2903  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  643-6700 

U 

Gilbert,  Joseph 

1610  N Prospect  Ave,  #1  106 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  273-37% 

OPH 

Giller,  Herbert 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)933-3795 

OBG 

Gillespie,  Calvin  J 

1 1035  W Forest  Home  Ave 
Hales  Comers  WI  53130 

IM 

Gilson,  Ian  H 

788  N Jefferson  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)276-1906 

FP 

Girolami,  James  F 
610  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 


A 

Glassner,  David  M 

324  E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-4204 

PD 

Glasspiegel,  John  S 
2400  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

CHP 

Glicklich,  Lucille  B 

5220  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  962-7087 

PDS 

Glicklich,  Marvin 

411  E Mason  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-6303 

OBG 

Glienke,  Carl  F 
2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  271-3700 

IM 

Go,  Simplicio  K 

1218  W Kilboum  Ave,  #214 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

P 

Goerke,  Robert  F 

1216  N Prospect  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

OTO  PS 
Gogan,  Robert  J 
10520  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Mequon  WI  53092 
(414)  241-8000 

OM 

Goldberg,  Henry  M 

500  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  931-7600 

GP 

Goldberger,  Esther  W 

1610  N Prospect  Ave,  # 802 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

GS 

Goldberger,  Robert  J 

2015  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  961-1118 

GS 

Golding,  Jacob  L 

300  E Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53212 

FP 

Goldman,  Stuart  L 

1834  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

OPH 

Goldstein,  Paul  H 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-3795 


OPH 

Gonnering,  Russell  S 

2600  N Mayfair  Rd,  #950 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)257-0170 

R 

Gonyo,  James  E 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

DR  NM 

Gonzalez,  Ramon  A 

2120  W Fond  du  Lac  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

IM 

Goodman,  Jay  S 

1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)271-2466 

PM 

Gopal,  Kandavar  M 

20100  Freedom  Ct 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  784-0277 

GS 

Gorder,  Arne  C 

727  E Juniper  La 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)352-9135 

PD 

Gorenstein,  Leonard 

1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

GS 

Graber,  John  N 

2956  N 70th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

GS 

Gramling,  Joseph  J 

2600  N Mayfair  Rd,  #955 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  257-2923 

Graziano,  Gregory 
3409  30th  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53142 

GP 

Graziano,  Samuel  A 

4265  W Fond  du  Lac  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)  873-1280 

GP 

Greenberg,  Abraham  I 

3245  N 51st  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 

R 

Greenberg,  Maurice 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5636 

OPH 

Greenlee,  James  E 
2315  N Lake  Dr,  #615 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 


GP 

Gregorio,  Fernando  Q 

3265  Town  Crier  Ct 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

GS  CDS 
Grieshop,  Joseph  L 

5757  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 

OPH  OTO 
Grimm,  Joseph  J 

921  Vi  Milwaukee  Ave 
So  Milwaukee  WI  53172 
(414)  762-3730 

ORS 

Groh,  James  A 

4036  N 51st  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 

R 

Grossman,  Ronald  E 

620  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  962-6207 

OTO 

Grossman,  Thomas  W 
1 1945  W Pioneer  Rd 
Mequon  WI  53092 

OPH 

Grossman,  Erwin  E 

4624  N Ardmore  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

ORS 

Guhl,  James  F 

5757  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  545-3550 

GP  OS 

Gumerman,  George  J 

137  Rancho  Vista  Dr 
Prescott  AZ  86301 

PD 

Gupta,  Jagdish  C 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-3700 

ORS 

Guten,  Gary  N 
2701  W Wells  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  933-2200 

OBG 

Gutglass,  Milton  F 
1218  W Kilboum  Ave,  #404 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  271-8558 

GS 

Guzzetta  Jr,  Philip  C 

17050  W North  Ave,  #101 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)784-1778 

GYN 

Habeck,  Edgar  A 

7738  Geralayne  Dr 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 
(414)  476-8884 


44 


MILWAUKEE 


GP 

Hall,  Mary  A 

41 5D  Paseo  Sarta 
Green  Valley  AZ  85614 
(602)  625-8520 

GP  IM 

Halloran,  William  R 

6900  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

GP 

Halser  Jr,  Joseph  G 

2445  S Kinnickinnic  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53207 
(414)  744-0306 

IM 

Hamm,  H James 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  0801 
Milwaukee  WI  53212 
(414)  276-2328 

IM 

Hanauer,  Margaret  M 

N1  W25042  Northview  Rd 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

FP 

Hanke,  Richard  W 

2421  N Terrace  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-2346 

IM 

Hankwitz,  Paul  E 

2015  E Newport  Ave,  #208 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  963-1030 

OM 

Hansen,  Arthur  C 

2565  N 84th  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

R 

Hansen,  Raymond  A 

620  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  541-4950 

P 

Hansen,  Steven  V 

1 220  Dewey  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 
(414)  258-2600 

GP 

Hansher,  Ervin 

601 1 N Berkeley  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  963-9010 

PTH 

Hanson,  Gerald  A 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

IM  GE 

Hanson,  Jerome  T 

161  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 

HEM  ON 
Hanson,  John  P 

925  E Wells  St,  #1119 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  347-0758 


OTO  OPH 
Hara,  Kinge 

4404  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  543-5200 

IM 

Hardgrove,  Maurice  A 

7659  N Longview  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)  352-4536 

OS  OS 

Hardman,  Harold  F (PhD) 

POB  26509 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-8267 

EM 

Hargarten,  Stephen  W 

POB  503 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
U 

Harkavy,  Raymond 

8430  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)463-7170 

PD  A 

Harris,  Beryl  A 

9400  N Spruce  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

OPH 

Harris,  Gerald  J 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5055 

ON  IM 
Hart,  Ronald  D 

161  W Wis  Ave,  #4140 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 

GS 

Hartwick,  John  P 

5016  W Washington  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  475-5912 

ORS 

Haskell,  David  S 

2323  N Mayfair  Rd,  #310 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  771-7300 

GP 

Haug, John  F 

2809  N 46th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  445-3738 

GS 

Haugh  Jr,  John  J 

3970  N Oakland,  #702 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

GP  RET 
Haushalter,  Lester  E 

1210  Indianwood  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  782-7677 

Hawkins,  Edward  F 

1732  Prospect  Ave,  #614 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 


PYA  P 

Headlee,  Raymond 

12505  Greemor  Dr 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)782-6480 

GS 

Heinzelmann,  Conrad  M 

10625  W North  Ave,  #314 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  257-1755 

AN 

Heilman,  Daniel  R 

7405  N Braeburn  La 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

NS 

Hemmy,  David  C 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-4846 

GS 

Henry,  Lyle  G 
2015  E Newport  Ave,  #305 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  961-2120 

GP 

Hermann,  Alford  H 

901  W Green  Tree  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

Hermans,  Mark  G 

12130  W Dearbourne  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

GS 

Herrington,  Jack  K 

5631  W Lincoln  Ave 
POB  19892 A 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  545-1090 

OS 

Herrington,  Roland  E 

4143  S 13th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53221 
(414)  281-4400 

D 

Herszenson,  Sidney 
7400  W Brown  Deer  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53223 
(414)355-2405 

CRS 

Herzog,  Joseph  V 
10535  Bayside  Rd 
Sun  City  AZ  85351 

CD  IM 
Hess,  Timothy  R 
3070  N 51st  St,  #601 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  444-1123 

US 

Hettwer,  Rose  A Kriz- 

10  Ridge  Rd 
Rumson  NJ  07760 


ORS 

Hickey  Jr,  C Hugh 

7545  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)351-3500 

OS 

High,  Anne  L 
4461  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

OTO 

High  Jr,  Howard  C 
4461  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 

D 

Higley,  Richard  A 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

OBG 

Hilrich,  Nathan  M 

2711  W Wells  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  933-6666 

Hilzinger,  Reinhardt  G 

10165  W Coldspring  Rd 
#209 

Greenfield  WI  53228 
AN 

Himes,  Joseph 

100  W Indian  Creek  Ct 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

R 

Hinson,  Robert  E 

9475  N Fairway  Cir 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

OB  RET 
Hipke,  Malcolm  M 

924  E Juneau  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-7194 

IM 

Hirsch,  Erwin  O 

POB  26509 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-8288 

IM 

Hirschboeck,  John  S 

345  Las  Hamacas 
Green  Valley  AZ  85614 
(602)  625-1296 

OPH 

Hitz,  John  B 

2300  Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  259-9090 

NA  N 

Ho,  Khang-Cheng 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-6210 

U 

Hodgson,  Norman  B 

2600  N Mayfair  Rd,  #545 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  476-0430 


TS  CDS 

Hoffman  Jr,  James  F 

933  N Mayfair  Rd,  #302 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)258-1695 

OBG 

Hofmeister,  Frederick  J 

10425  W North  Ave,  #226 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  774-9322 

HS  PS 
Hogan,  John  P 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd,  #950 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  259-9000 

IM 

Holbrook,  Arthur  A 

3050  E Newport  Ct 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)332-4315 

FP  RET 

Hollenbeck,  Stanley  W 

1 1957  W Appleton  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53224 
(414)  353-3808 

IM 

Hollister,  Winston  N 

5000  W Chambers  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

P 

Holt,  Robert  E 

8700  W Wis  Ave,  POB  175 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5373 

PD 

Hornsey,  James  J 

5854  S Packard  Ave 
Cudahy WI 53110 

OBG 

Hoogerland,  David  L 
2320  N Lake  Dr,  POB  339 
Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  289-7086 

GE 

Hootkin,  Lawrence  A 

1218  W Kilboum  Ave,  #207 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

OTO 

Horwitz,  SFredric 

10520  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Mequon  WI  53092 

U 

Hotter,  John  T 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  258-2640 

ORS 

House  Jr,  Jerome  W 

4036  N 51st  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 

GYN 

Hovis  Jr,  William  F 

2015  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  961-7377 


MILWAUKEE 


45 


AN 

Howards,  Lawrence  A 

2305  W Woodbury  La 
Milwaukee  WI 53209 
(414)  352-4235 

PD 

Howell,  Jacqueline  C 

8200  N Teutonia  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

IM  C 

Hughes,  George  R 
2015  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)963-1030 

OPH 

Hughes,  Jack  L 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd,  #607 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

ORS  OS 

Huizenga,  Bernard  A 

4036  N 51st  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)464-8880 

P 

Hunkel,  Victor  H 

9009  W Clarke  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

AN 

Hur,  Su-Ryong 

409  E Lexington  Blvd 
Whitefish  Bay  WI  53217 
(414)  964-3956 

P OS 

Hurley,  James  R 

13950  Adelaide  La 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)784-2719 

GS 

Hurley,  John  D 

610  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)933-5066 

US 

Hussey,  Clara  V 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)257-6318 

ORS 

Hussussian,  Jacques 
2315  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  272-0280 

IM 

Huston,  Erwin  S 

231  W Michigan  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 

GS 

Huth,  Elmore  P 

1471  Lemon  Bay  Dr 
Englewood  FL  33533 
(813)474-1665 

OPH 

Hyndiuk,  Robert  A 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 


R 

Ibach,  Harold  F 

2400  W Villard  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)  263-8108 

P 

Imp,  John  F 

7632  W Lisbon  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  442-8070 

GS 

Inden,  Ronald  T 

14745  Watertown  PI  Rd 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 

IM 

Isom,  Adolph 

3660  N Teutonia  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53206 

IM 

Itskovitz,  Harold  D 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

N P 

Ives,  Donald  G 
409  E Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  962-3333 

FP 

Jachowicz,  Robert  B 

6080  S 108th  St 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 
(414)  425-5351 

P CHP 
Jackson,  E Basil 
2130  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  258-9222 

ORS 

Jacobs,  Paul  A 

1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

U 

Jacobsohn,  Harold  A 

5656  S Packard  Ave,  #202 
Cudahy WI 53110 

OBG 

Jacobson,  Foster  J 
1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  271-2109 

Jacobson,  Gail  M 
1520AN50  PI 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 

IM  OS 

Jacobson,  Mitchell  M 

788  N Jefferson  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  276-1906 

OBG 

Jaekels,  Michael  T 
5631  N Mohawk  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  964-7600 


IM  PUD 
Jahn,  Richard  P 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

CD  IM 
Jain,  Dharam  P 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 

King,  Brian 

1236  N 71st,  #7 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

P 

Jansen,  Ruth  L Kramer 

POB  27272 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 

P N 

Jefferson,  Roland  A 

105  Alameda  Padre  Sera 
Santa  Barbara  CA  93103 

GP  GS 
Jekel,  Jerome  M 

103  Pier  I 
Naples  FL  33940 

GP 

Jelenchick,  Erwin  J 

16366  Coachlight  Dr 
New  Berlin  WI  53151 
(414)  786-0494 

P N 

Jenk,  Lloyd  F 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  774-7833 

OBG 

Jennings,  Thomas  F 

2400  S 90th  St,  #210 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  545-5050 

AN 

Jennison,  Marshall  R 

2545  Maple  Hill  La 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

IM  US 

Jermain,  Louis  F 

6745  W Wells  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)  453-5870 

IM  CD 

Jermain,  William  M 

9301  N 76th  St,  #316 
Milwaukee  WI  53223 
(414)  354-3544 

IM 

Jewell,  Kay  E 
2414  N 44th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)442-8441 

Johnson,  Dennis  E 
2909  N 44th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

IM  CDS 
Johnson,  Gordon  L 
6630  Hill  Ridge  Dr 
GreendaleWl  53129 


CRS 

Johnson,  Hobart  W 

1840  N Prospect  Ave,  #407 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

ORS 

Johnson,  J Howard 

10418  Bright  Angel  Cir 
Sun  City  AZ  85351 
(602)  977-0404 

FP 

Johnson,  Martin  G 

908  S Milwaukee  Ave 
So  Milwaukee  WI  53172 

ORS 

Johnson,  Roger  P 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5467 

PD 

Johnson,  Ronald  C 

85 1 1 W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 
(414)  543-8860 

GS  TS 

Johnson,  W Dudley 

31 12  W Highland  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  931-0020 

PDS 

Jona,  Juda  Z 

41 1 E Mason  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-6303 

D 

Jordon,  Robert  E 

5000  W National  Ave 
Wood  WI  53193 
(414)  384-2000 

P 

Josephson,  Morton 

1220  Dewey  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

IM 

Junkerman,  Charles  L 

9200  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  259-3060 

IM 

Jurczyk,  Willi  G 

4263  W Fond  du  Lac  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 

OPH 

Jurevics,  Ingrid  E 

17050  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)786-0240 

PUD 

Jurgens,  George  H 
2520  N 97th  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

GS 

Jurischica,  August  J 

9425  W Hadley  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  258-7733 


TS 

Just,  John  F 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

NS 

Kagen,  Allan  E 

759  N Milwaukee  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  273-6700 

ORS 

Kagen,  Louis 
1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

FP 

Kah,  William  W 

7712  W Burleigh  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  445-8016 

OS  HEM 
Kallas,  Gerald  J 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  #1005 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

P CHP 
Kalogjera,  Ikar  J 

1220  Dewey  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)  258-2600 

TS 

Kalush,  Samuel  L 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd,  #945 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-2200 

CDS  TS 

Kamath,  M Laxman 

1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  272-5700 

CD 

Kamper,  David  G 

324  E Wis  Ave,  #1330 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

AN 

Kampine,  John  P 

5000  W National  Ave 
Wood  WI  53193 

IM 

Kane,  Alex  M 

7315  Portland  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

IM  GE 
Kanin,  Harry  J 

1218  W Kilbourn  Ave,  #217 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  272-5966 

Kapsos,  Philip  J 

5188  Lilac  Ln 
Greendale  WI  53129 

GS 

Karen,  Robert 

3501  W Greenfield  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  671-1500 


46 


MILWAUKEE 


A 

Karlin,  Henry  R 

7635  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 

R 

Karnes,  Mack  A 

5900  S Lake  Dr 
Cudahy  WI  53110 

AN 

Karos,  Michael  G 

2825  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 

N 

Kashnig,  David  M 

400  W Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)963-1115 

NM 

Kasner,  Joseph  R 

620  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

OPH 

Kastelic,  Robert 

3631  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  645-0344 

IM  PUD 
Katzoff,  Michael  N 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)647-6572 

GS 

Kauffman,  H Myron 

14405  Juneau  Blvd 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 

PUD  IM 
Kaufman,  Kiesl  K 

1218  W Kilboum  Ave,  #207 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

GP 

Kaufman,  Lawrence  W 

3821  S Howell  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53207 
(414)  744-6589 

P 

Kaunas,  Roman  R 

2303  N 39th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  449-9229 

GP  GS 
Kay,  Eugene  M 
73-020  Homestead  Rd 
Palm  Desert  CA  92260 
(714)  346-4194 

ORS 

Keane,  Sean  P 
1545  S Layton  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  384-1641 

U 

Kearns,  John  W 

2015  E Newport  Ave,  #207 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 


FP 

Keay,  Timothy  J 

620  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

IM 

Kebbekus,  Robert  A 

81 1 E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  278-7142 

R IM 

Kehoe,  Michael  E 

1060  Hawthorne  Ridge 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

AN 

Kelble,  John  A 

201  E Fox  Dale  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)352-2917 

GS  CRS 
Kelley,  William  B 

6001  W Center  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  442-1380 

US 

Kelly,  George  F 
1639  Oxford  St 
Berkeley  CA  94709 

IM 

Kennedy,  Brian  W 

10425  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)771-1361 

PD 

Kenwood,  Stanley  N 
6150  W Floral  La 
Milwaukee  WI  53223 
(414)  354-8832 

D DMP 
Kersting,  David  W 
POB  11-0 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  937-2166 

OPH 

Keskey,  Charles  W 
3100  S 37th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  383-9390 

AN 

Kevich,  Nevenka  T 
1270  N Lake  Shore  Rd 
Grafton  WI  53024 

OTO 

Kidder,  Thomas  M 

4404  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  543-5200 

AN 

Kim,  Joseph  M 

9997  W Greenwood  Ter 
Milwaukee  WI  53224 

AN 

Kim,  Kuang  S 

12310  N Lake  Shore  Dr 
Thiensville  WI  53092 


R GS 
Kim,  Yong  W 

14850  Westover  Rd 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)  289-7126 

HBM  OM 
Kind  wall,  Eric  P 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-6577 

P 

Kindwall,  Josef  A 

1840  N Prospect  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)291-9674 

IM  CD 
King,  James  F 

5810  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  546-2505 

U 

King,  James  J 

6507  Betsy  Ross  PI 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)476-7382 

Kinney,  Thomas  E 

8223  Chestnut  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

R 

Kinsfogel,  Edward  R 

2400  W Villard  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

Kirkpatrick,  John  E 

2529  N 72nd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

CVS  GS 
Kiselow,  Mark  C 
2300  N Mayfair  Rd,  #755 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  259-1220 

OPH 

Kissling,  Arthur  C 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  259-9090 

CRS 

Klamecki,  Bernard  J 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  643-1882 

GS 

Klamer,  Thomas  W 

950  N 12th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  289-8020 

AN 

Klees,  Vanna  M 

2825  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

FP 

Klehm,  David  H 

POB  20928 
Milwaukee  WI  53220 
(414)  421-8400 


IM 

Klein,  Morris 

330  W Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  962-0200 

OTO 

Kleiner,  Harvey 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-8255 

IM 

Kleinerman,  Leonard  B 

2400  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  671-7000 

CDS  TS 

Kleinman,  Leonard  H 

9800  W Bluemound  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  475-1585 

GP 

Kleis,  William  J 

9609  Ridge  Blvd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  774-5183 

OBG 

Klieger,  Jack  A 
4833  W Burleigh 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  445-7400 

AN 

Klingbeil,  Robert  E 

12750  Green  Meadow  PI 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)  782-7069 

IM  END 
Klink,  Douglas  D 

324  E Wis  Ave,  #1330 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  272-6310 

PS  GS 

Kloehn,  Ralph  A 

2323  N Mayfair  Rd,  #503 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  476-8855 

IM 

Kloehn,  Roger  W 

2388  N Lake  Drive 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  271-3700 

DR  R 

Knechtges,  Thomas  E 
2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

P 

Kniaz,  Albert 

2240  W Greenwood  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)  352-0202 

IM  NEP 

Kochar,  Mahendra  S 

VA  Hospital,  #14A 
Wood  WI  53193 
(414)  384-2000 


GER  GP 
Kocovsky,  Clarence  J 
2307  N 49th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  444-0280 

PTH 

Koenig,  Robert  R 

2025  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

TS  GS 

Koepke,  Donald  E 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

OBG  INF 
Koh,  Charles  H 

POB  1227 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)289-7139 

AN 

Koh,  Tong  Chui 

15105  Phoenix  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

GP 

Kohler,  Sidney  H 

4527  W Center  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53206 

ORS 

Kohn,  Harvey  S 
500  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

PTH 

Komorowski,  Richard  A 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-6201 

OBG 

Korducki,  Stanley  A 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  383-5300 

HS  PS 

Korkos,  George  J 
2300  N Mayfair  Rd,  #950 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  259-9000 

IM 

Kottke,  Merlin  A 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  W I 53215 

PD  CD 

Kowalski,  Thomas  H 

5757  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  545-4320 

OBG 

Kozina,  Thomas  J 

3237  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-5115 

GE  IM 

Kozlov,  Nicholas  A 
778  N Jefferson  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)276-1906 


MILWAUKEE 


47 


PTH  CLP  GP 
Krautkramer,  Ronald 

1700  S 60th  St 
West  Allis  WI  53214 
(414)545-1111 

GS 

Kretchmar,  Louis  H 

2821  E Menlo  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)963-2092 

AN 

Krishnaney,  Ashok  K R 

12016  W Verona  Ct 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  543-5315 

P 

Kropp,  August  D 

1 1 1 E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  273-1717 

PH 

Krumbiegel,  Edward  R 

3410  Gulf  Shore  Blvd  N 
Naples  FL  33940 
(813)261-3159 

IM 

Krumenacher,  Frederick  P 

1720  E Lake  Bluff  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)  964-0040 

ORS 

Kubly,  Michael  C 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-8158 

GP 

Kuglitsch,  Ervin  F 

5600  Euston  St 
Greendale  WI  53129 
(414)  425-0104 


OBG 

Kuhn,  Michael  J 

9555  Harding  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  476-0677 

FP 

Ruhr,  Gregory  J 

3615  S 60th  St,  #8 
Milwaukee  WI  53220 
(414)  327-4450 

ORS 

Kulkarni,  Vijay  V 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  #706 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  289-0360 

GP 

Kult,  Anthony  S 

9896  W Argonne  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 

EM 

Kumar,  R Pramod 

15275  Hidden  Glen  Ct 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)  481-9494 


IM  PUD 
Kumar,  Ullattil  N 

8842  Garden  La 
Greendale  WI  53129 

GP 

Kustermann,  John  A 

300  Ala  Moana  Blvd 
POB  50266 
Honolulu  HI  96850 
(808)  546-8231 

GP  IM  RET 
Kusterman,  Alois  F 

5635  W Auer  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)  445-2266 

IM  OS 
Kutter,  Ursula 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  #703 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-7177 

GP 

Kuzdas,  James  R 

8410  W Cleveland  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 

PTH 

Kuzma,  Joseph  F 

1115  Honey  Creek  Pkwy 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

OPH 

Kwasny,  Gregory  P 
2300  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

IM  CD 

La  Bissoniere,  Paul  G 

10425  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  771-1361 

PTH 

La  Fond,  David  J 

2200  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  344-8800 

AN 

Lameka  Jr,  Peter 

7930  W Edgerton  Ave 
Greendale,  WI  53129 
(414)  281-5950 

P 

Landis,  Charles  W 

2350  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-5555 

IM  CD 
Lane,  George  H 
1323  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53206 

ORS 

Laney,  William  H 

2600  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

Lang,  David  H 

7628  W Livingston  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 


PTH 

Lang,  Gordon  E 
POB  503 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  289-7110 

PTH 

Lang, Jean  L 

5 1 24  N Ardmore  Ave 
Whitefish  Bay  WI  53217 
(414)963-9951 

IM 

Lange,  George  M 
1200  W Green  Tree  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  464-4680 

ORS 

Langenkamp,  James  H 

2040  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-8158 

GS 

La  Porta,  Anthony  J 

9721  N Lake  Dr 
Bayside  WI  53217 

OBG 

Larkey,  Jay  A 
2400  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  671-7000 

P 

Larson,  Craig 

811  E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

IM 

Larson,  Lawrence  S 
3003  W Good  Hope  Rd 
POB  17300 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

NS 

Larson,  Sanford  J 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5407 

D 

Laubenheimer,  Roger  E 

15160  Kings  Ridge  Ct 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  271-2721 

IM  A 

Lee,  Howard  J 

324  E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-4204 

PTH 
Lee,  Ning 

11616  Gorham  Ave,  #6 
Los  Angeles,  CA  90049 

GP 

Lee,  Paul  A 

131  Spring  St 
Santa  Cruz  CA  95060 

OPH  OTO 
Lehman,  Roger  H 

5000  W National  Ave 
Wood  WI  53193 


IM 

Lemann  Jr,  Jacob 

9200  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  259-3070 

IM 

Lennon,  Edward  J 

8701  Watertown  Plank  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

CD  TS 

Lepley  Jr,  Derward 

9800  W Bluemound  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)475-1585 

IM 

Lemer,  Neil  A 

4372  N Alpine  Ave 
Shorewood  WI  53211 

OPH 

Lemor,  Richard  E 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-3795 

OPH 

Levenson,  Ernest 
3132  S 27th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  645-5180 

D 

Levenson, Ina  G 
2011  10th  Ave 
South  Milwaukee  WI  53172 
(414)  764-7050 

AN 

Leverenz,  Richard  L 

5842  N Shore  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  332-8230 

NS 

Levin,  Jules  D 

1530  W Spruce  Ct 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  272-3673 

EM 

Levin,  Randall  M 

201  W Bergin  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

PS 

Levy,  Donald  M 
400  W Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  963-0500 

PUD 

Levy,  Stuart  A 

9509  N Wakefield  Ct 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  647-6572 

R 

Lichty,  James  E 

2025  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 


R 

Liddle  Jr,  Clifford 

3237  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-5132 

AN 

Lie,  Tjing  H 
14600  Ridgemoor  Rd 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 

IM  NM 
Lieberthal,  Alan  S 

1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

IM 

Liefert,  Karl  A 
364-G  Park  Hill  Dr 
Pewaukee  WI  53072 
(414)  961-9087 

AM 

Light,  George 
9632  W Appleton  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53223 

FP 

Lillich,  David  W 

720  E Beaumont 
Whitefish  Bay  WI  53217 

GS 

Lillie,  Richard  H 

81 1 E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

AN 

Lim,  Robert  A 

17510  Sierra  Ln 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

IM  GE 

Lindert,  Merlyn  C F 

6745  W Wells  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)453-5870 

FP 

Lindorfer,  Donald  B 

2400  W Villard  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)  263-8191 

GS 

Linn,  Anthony  J 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

OBG 

Linn,  John  C 

2388  N Lake  Drive 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  271-3700 

DR  R 

Lipchik,  Elliot  O 

950  N 12th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  289-8015 

PTH 

Lipo,  Robert  F 

Drawer  11-0 
Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)937-2166 


48 


MILWAUKEE 


IM  CD 
Lipoff,  Jay  I 

214  E Spooner  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

R 

Lipscomb,  Charles  R 
1580  Highland  Dr 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 

IM 

Litzow,  John  R 

6745  W Wells  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)  453-8870 

PD 

Liu,  Cheng-Chi 

4666  S 35th  St 
Greenfield  WI  53221 
(414)281-0400 

IM 

Lo,  Romeo  C 

2040  W Wis  Ave,  #780 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

R 

Locher,  Charles  J 

4217  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

IM 

Longe,  William  G 

2400  S 90th  St,  #306 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 
(414)  327-3500 

PM 

Lopez,  Basilio  F 

2015  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)961-4161 

P 

Lorton,  William  L 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  #719 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  347-1711 

AN 

Louthan,  Benjamin  W 

2828  N 122nd  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)476-0668 

OBG 

Lovett,  Myron  N 
1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)271-2347 

Lubenow,  Timothy  R 

6844  N Darien,  #4 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

IM 

Lubar,  Sidney 

700  N Water  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  272-1393 

FP 

Lubsey,  Vincent  G 
2711  W Wells  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  933-6438 


P 

Luck,  Allan 

6807  Reynard  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  342-9100 

R P 

Luckey,  William  T 

1545  W Spruce  Ct 
River  Hills  WI  53217 
(414)351-4034 

CD  IM 
Lustok,  Mischa  J 

1218  W Kilboum  Ave,  #204 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  273-7368 

PS 

Luy,  Jerome  J 

400  W Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)963-0500 

PD  OS 

Mabini  Jr,  Francisco  M 

5790  Glen  Flora  Dr 
Greendale  WI  53129 

GS 

Macachor,  Jesus  D 
1135  Ridgeway  Rd 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

U 

MacGillis,  Alex  J 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd,  #601 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  258-2640 

P 

Machi,  Anthony  T 

2664  N Summit  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 

OBG 

Machinton,  Stephen 

2400  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  671-7000 

IM  PUD 
Madden,  Robert  F 

8430  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 

R 

Maddison,  Frank  E 

POB  503 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  289-7126 

PTH 

Madiedo,  Gonzalo 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-6201 

IM 

Madison,  Frederick  W 

788  N Jefferson 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)272-8950 

OBG 

Mahato,  Prem  P 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 


IM  CD 
Maleki,  Massoud 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

PTH 

Malik,  Mohammad  I 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-6444 

IM  END 
Mallin,  Sanford  R 

788  N Jefferson  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  276-1906 

OPH 

Malloy,  David  J 

9215  W Center  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  774-2630 

GS 

Malloy,  Thomas  G 

9215  W Center  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 

FP 

Malone,  John  A 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  645-2785 

PM  CHP 
Maly,  Betty  Joan 
9001  W Watertown  PI  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  259-1414 

GS  DR 

Manago,  Joseph  A 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-6414 

CD 

Manley,  John  C 

5810  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 

GS 

Mann,  Robert  W 

3533  E Ramsey  Ave 
Cudahy  WI  53110 
(414)  769-6600 

AN 

Maranan,  Isidro  L 

6890  N Beech  Tree  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)352-8166 

GP  IM 

Marcich,  Zivko  P 

4716  S Packard  Ave 
Cudahy  WI  53110 
(414)  483-7271 

IM 

Margolis,  Irwin 

1 1437  N Oriole  La 
Mequon  WI  53092 

OBG 

Marino,  Rita  M 

81 1 E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 


R 

Marks,  Jerome  L 

2870  Luciernaga  St 
Carlsbad  CA  92008 
(714)  438-7811 

P 

Markson,  John  W 

425  E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  272-4170 

D 

Markson,  Leonard  S 

161  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)  271-9488 

OBG 

Martens,  William  E 

10425  W North  Ave,  #226 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  774-9322 

GS 

Martin,  Albert  G 

5619  Cape  Leyte  Dr 
Sarasota  FL  33581 
(813)  349-3183 

FP 

Martineau,  Edward  L 

41 19  N Ardmore  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)332-3088 

GS 

Martinez,  Francisco  J 

11230  W Grange  Ave 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 
(414)  327-7700 

OBG 

Massart,  John  J 

3070  N 51st  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  442-4800 

AN 

Mateicka,  William  E 
12605  Gremoor  Dr 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 

IM  PUD 
Mathai,  George 
13450  Dun  woody  Dr 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 

OBG 

Mathews,  Richard  J 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

OBG 

Mattingly,  Richard  F 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5323 

GS 

Max,  Martin  H 

950  N 12th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  289-8020 


PTH 

May,  James  E 

2025  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  961-3917 

OTO 

Mayhew,  Duane  G 

2015  E Newport  Ave,  #309 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  961-1550 

OM 

Mayr,  James  F 

3814  S 56th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53220 
(414)321-1201 

ORS 

McCabe,  John  O’D 

2600  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-2525 

ORS 

McCabe,  Robert  W 

2323  N Mayfair  Rd,  #310 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)771-5080 

IM  RHU 
McCarty,  Daniel  J 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)257-5946 

PTH 

McClellan,  Stephen  L 

3407  N 88th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  466-5810 

AN 

McCormick,  Thomas  F 

5049  N Palisades  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

PTH 

McCreadie,  Samuel  R 

1700  W Wis  Ave,  POB  1997 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)931-4100 

FP 

McDaniel,  William  P 

3316  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  342-4126 

PM 

McDermott,  James  F 

2438  N 95th  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)453-5195 

ORS 

McDevitt,  William  P 

2323  N Mayfair  Rd,  #310 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)771-5080 

FP 

McFadden,  Wayne  L 
100  15th  Ave 
So  Milwaukee  WI  53172 
(414)  762-3680 


MILWAUKEE 


49 


DR 

McGuinnis,  Edward  J 

1761  Church  St 
Wauwatosa  WI 532 1 3 

CD  IM 

Mclnemey,  Gerald  T 

240  S 90th  St 

West  Allis  WI  53227 

(414)545-1490 

IM 

McKittrick,  Norval  W 

170  W Krause  PI 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

PD 

McLean,  Zarah  G H 

2460  W Vliet  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53205 
(414)  342-5262 

GE 

McNamara,  Peter  J 

525  E Wells  St,  £200 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)271-6800 

N 

McQuillen,  Michael  P 

9200  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)259-2881 

IM  NEP 
Means  III,  James  A 

8430  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)462-2160 

Meils,  Carol  M 

1232  Lakeview  Ave 
So  Milwaukee  WI  53172 

D 

Meister,  Morris  M 

777  W Glencoe  PI 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

GS 

Melkonian,  Abdallah  G 

6900  Pt  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

ORS 

Mellencamp,  David  D 

3970  N Oakland  Ave,  £501 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 

PD  RET 

Mellencamp,  Frank  J 

3003  W Good  Hope  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

PM 

Melvin,  John  L 

9001  W Watertown  Plank 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

IM 

Melzer,  Daryl  J 

3070  N 51st  St,  £411 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 


OM  GS 
Mendeloff , Elton 

2320  W Kenboern  Dr 
Glendale  WI  53209 
(414)  351-0190 

GS 

Mendeloff,  Gale  L 

2015  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)961-2505 

GP 

Mendeloff,  Hyman 

10327  Savannah  Ct 
21W  Mequon  WI  53092 

GS  CDS 

Mendiola,  Rolando  M 

8860  Greenview  La 
Greendale  WI  53129 

GP  GER  RET 
Merten,  Alfred  N E 

2728  N Sherman  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  873-1121 

AN 

Meves,  Theodore  F 
18310  Bennington  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  782-5143 

NS 

Meyer,  Glenn  A 

16475  Shoreline  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  257-6465 

GPM  OM 
Meyer,  Jules  O 

4822  Pine  Ridge  Rd 
Grand  Rapids  MN  55744 

GS 

Mikolajczak,  Norbert  A 

9309  W Hadley  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 

R 

Milbrath,  John  R 

11339  Underwood  Ct 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

OBG 

Millan,  Alfredo  C 

2040  W Wis  Ave,  £762 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

GS 

Millar,  Buminado  M 

POB  19892 A 
West  Allis  WI  53219 

N P 

Millen,  Francis  J 

161  W Wis  Ave,  £3185 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)  276-5474 

IM 

Miller,  Dean  D 

1945  Wauwatosa  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)  771-7857 


D 

Miller,  Harold  L 

606  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)271-1177 

FP 

Miller,  Lee  E 

8410  W Cleveland  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 

PTH 

Miller,  Marvin  D 

8901  W Lincoln  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 

EM 

Miner,  Delbert  L 

803  Beulah  Park  Rd 
East  Troy  WI  53120 
(414)  363-4264 

ORS 

Minikel,  James  E 

5233  W Morgan  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53220 
(414)  321-8960 

OBG 

Mintz,  Stephen  M 

1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)271-2109 

P 

Mirassou,  Marlene  M 

304  Pine  Rock  Ave,  £C-19 
Hamden  CT  065 14 
(203)  387-9426 

GS  TS 

Mirhoseini,  Mahmood 

3201  S 16th  St,  £2006 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  643-1066 

IM 

Mirviss,  Marshal  J 
1218  W Kilbourn  Ave,  £117 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)272-5040 

PD 

Mitcham,  Leroy 

2460  W Vliet  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53205 

AN 

Mitra,  Samir  K 

3305  Arroyo  Rd 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)781-8690 

PM 

Modaff,  Walter  L 

2545  Lamplighter  La 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)784-0390 

R 

Moel,  Morris 

821  Cypress  Blvd,  £207 
Pompano  Beach  FL  33060 

IM 

Monato,  Hermes  E 

2400  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 


Montemurro-Petak , 
Angelina 

3414  W Wis  Ave,  £101 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 

GS 

Montenegro,  Jose  V 
4434  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)  871-6640 

ORS 

Montgomery,  Robert  P 

811  E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-2286 

IM  A 

Mookerjee,  M Kellogg 

9723  W Beechwood  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53223 
(414)  353-6645 

P 

Moore,  George  E 
Rt  1 

Ashland  IL  62612 
(217)886-2541 

PD 

Morgan,  Sherburne  F 

144  Madonna  Cir 
Crowley  TX  76036 

Morstad,  Beth  Anne 

6830  W Aetna  Ct 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

OTO 

Morter,  Howard  V 

336  Gulfview  Rd,  £318 
No  Palm  Bch  FL  33408 

R 

Morton,  Silvanus  A 

4025-2G  Calle  Sonora  Este 
Laguna  Hills  CA  92653 
(714)  768-8875 

GS 

Mossey,  Richard  O 
2500  N 108th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  774-1255 

GP  GS 
Motamedi,  Naghi 

1218  W Kilbourn  St,  £415 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  276-4272 

FP 

Moy,  Raymond  W 

6917  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  545-7245 

ORS 

Moyer,  Carl  F 
2600  N Mayfair  Rd,  £810 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  453-9800 


GP 

Mroczkowski,  Chester  J 

2352  S Kinnickinnic  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53207 
(414)  482-2740 

GS 

Mueller,  Joseph  J 

2500  N 108th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

PH  PUD 
Mueller,  Nina  T 

S77  W 12929  McShane  Rd 
£A-210 

Hales  Corners  WI  53130 
(414)  529-1836 

NS 

Mufson,  Joseph  A 

1610  N Prospect  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-3206 

OBG 

Mullaney  Jr,  Gerald  L 

5631  N Mohawk  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  964-7600 

TS  CDS 
Mullen,  Donald  C 

9800  W Bluemound  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  475-1585 

IM 

Mullooly,  John  P 

8430  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)463-6350 

GS 

Mundschau,  Gerald  A 

5757  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  327-3120 

IM 

Munkwitz,  George  A 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  £801 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)276-2328 

GP  IM 

Murphy,  George  V 

100  15th  Ave 
So  Milwaukee  W I 53172 
(414)  762-3680 

GS  VS 

Namdari,  Bahram 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-3700 

TS  CD 

Narodick,  Benjamin  G 
6018  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

GP 

Nefches,  Michael  S 
15666  49th  St  N,  £1120 
Clearwater  FL  33520 


50 


MILWAUKEE 


R 

Nellen,  James  R 

6287  Parkview  Rd 
Greendale  W1  53129 

GS 

Nevels,  Zebedee  J 
2130  W Fond  du  Lac  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53206 
(414)  933-4023 

FP 

Nierrengarten,  Gregory  M 
(DO) 

3821  S Howell  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53207 
(414)744-6589 

GP  GS 
Niland,  Paul  J 

2570  South  Shore  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53207 
(414)  744-4779 

IM 

Nimz,  Robert  A 

4921  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  476-4630 

P 

Nocella,  Reynold  A 

1220  Dewey  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

P 

Nock  Jr,  Gilbert  J 

2350  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)271-5555 

OTO 

Noonan,  Patrick  J 

10520  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Mequon  WI  53092 

IM 

Nordin,  Paul  F 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd,  #308 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  774-7200 

P 

Norris,  Arthur  G 

1220  Dewey  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)  258-2600 

GP 

Nothum,  Joseph  P 

4847  N Hopkins  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)463-4550 

GS 

Nuland,  Stanley  J 

6430  N Sunset  La 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)351-5779 

IM 

Nunag,  Armando  N 

3533  E Ramsey  Ave 
Cudahy  WI53110 
(414)  769-6600 


Nunn,  Gary  P 

2708  N 49th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

IM 

Nuyda,  D’Jahlma  A 

5854  S Packard  Ave 
Cudahy  WI  53110 
(414)  769-9760 

A D 

Oberfeld,  Harold  H 

3909  N Murray  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)962-3824 

OBG 

O’Brien,  Edward  J 

8430  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)461-6130 

IM 

O'Connell,  James  R 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  645-4240 

A IM 

O’Connor,  Robert  D 

5733  N Kent  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  332-7096 

GP 

O’Connor,  Thomas  A 

1363  N Prospect  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-3020 

TS  CD 

O’Connor,  Thomas  M 

10625  W North  Ave,  #328 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  259-1558 

GP 

O’Grady,  Michael  G 
5701  S 124th  St 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 
(414)  425-7727 

OPH 

Olander,  Kenneth  W 

7820  Coventry  Dr 
Franklin  WI  53132 
(414)  933-3795 

CLP 

Olive,  James  A 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)241-8066 

GS 

Olsen,  Viggo  B 
P O Malumghat  Hospital 
District  Chittagong 
Bangladesh 

TR 

Olson,  Carl  E 
1011  E Donges  Rd 
BaysideWI  53217 


IM 

Olson,  Carroll  R 

2400  S 90th  St,  #202 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  541-5477 

IM  GE 
O’Neill,  Philip  B 

525  E Wells  St,  #200 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)271-6800 

IM 

Oren,  Gideon  A 

3975  N 68th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 

P 

Osgood,  Carroll  W 
7500  W Dean  Rd,  #337 
Milwaukee  WI  53223 
(414)  355-6955 

GP 

Ottenstein,  Harold  H 

3575  N Oakland  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  332-3655 

U 

Otto,  Samuel  J 

2040  W Wis  Ave,  #401 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  344-3700 

GS 

Ovitt,  David  W 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  271-3700 

IM 

Owen,  George  C 
5238  N Shoreland  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)961-3300 

IM 

Owen,  Nicholas  L 

2015  E Newport  Ave,  #208 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  963-1030 

AN 

Owen,  Russell  H 

8700  W Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-6262 

OPH 

Owens,  Andrew  J 

13335  Nicolet  Ave 
Elm  Grove  W I 53122 
(414)786-6409 

FP  GER 
Oxman,  Emanuel  M 

238  W Wis  Ave,  #402 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)  242-2333 

PTH  CLP 
Paegle,  Roland  D 

10201  W Nash  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53222 


OBG 

Pagedas,  Anthony  C 

1 1035  W Forest  Home  Ave 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 
(414)  321-2255 

ORS 

Pagedas,  Thomas  C 
9400  W Lincoln  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  321-2255 

GP 

Palisoc  Jr,  Jose  M 
3122  S 13th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

GP  U 

Pallasch,  Frank  J 

425  W Willow  Ct,  #148 
Fox  Point  WI  53217 
(414)351-3350 

PTH 

Paloucek,  James  T 
2400  W Villard  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)  263-8407 

IM 

Panagis,  Constantine 

841  N Broadway 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  278-3521 

U 

Pandazi,  Andrew  A 

81 1 E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  272-0595 

GS 

Pangilinan,  Antonio  G 

4893  N Green  Bay  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)  264-8450 

DR  NM 
Panish,  Richard  M 

POB  1644 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  937-2131 

OBG 

Paquette,  Louis  J 

105  W Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  961-2601 

OBG 

Parcon,  Jazmin  D 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  276-3325 

IM  CD 
Parent,  Gerard  T 

6745  W Wells  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 
(414)  453-5870 

OBG 

Parker,  Edward  C 

2400  S 90th  St,  #210 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  545-5050 


IM  GE 

Parker,  Harrison  W 

3070  N 51st  St,  #507 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)447-6622 

OBG 

Parker,  Wayman 

2003  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53206 

OPH 

Parks,  William  C 

3660  N Teutonia  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53206 

FP 

Pastorius,  John  C 
3001  S 56th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 

AN 

Patel,  Kita  D 

POB  342 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
P 

Patterson,  Richard  H 

3070  N 51st  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  873-3024 

GS 

Paulbeck,  Theodore  M 

14480  Westover  Rd 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)782-8822 

OBG 

Pavlic,  Robert  S 

17000  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  786-6420 

IM 

Paz,  Eduardo 

3569  S Howell  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53207 
(414)  483-1375 

IM  RHU 
Pearson,  Larry  C 
6541  N Braeburn  La 
Glendale  WI  53209 
(414)785-0777 

CDS  TS 
Pedraza,  Pablo 
31 12  W Highland  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  931-0020 

OBG 

Pelland,  Philip  C 

2457  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

PTH 

Pellegrini,  Jorge  G 
2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-7255 

GS  OS 

Pendergast,  Thomas  J 

2460  N 96th  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  453-3154 


MILWAUKEE 


51 


PD 

Pequet,  Archebald  R 

10425  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

OBG 

Perlson,  Samuel  G 

788  N Jefferson  St,  #301 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  276-4526 

IM 

Peters,  Bruno  J 

2350  Menomonee  River 
Pkwy 

Milwaukee  WI  53226 
R 

Pfeffer,  Theodore  J 

11725  Homewood  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  453-4919 

GS 

Pfeifer,  William  M 

425  E Wisconsin  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  272-2312 

PTH 

Phillips,  Michael 

2711  W Wells  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  476-3927 

PM 

Piaskoski,  Ray  G 
3245  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

PTH  NM 
Pier  Jr,  William  J 

10425  W North  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  771-0850 

IM 

Pilliod,  James  V 

2400  S 90th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 
(414)  541-7900 

IM  OS 

Pisciotta,  Anthony  V 

Radiation  Effects 
Research  Foundation 
5-2  Hijiyama  730,  Japan 

D OS 

Pittelkow,  Robert  B 

324  E Wis  Ave,  #325 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

Pittenger,  David  E 

833  N 24th  St,  #208 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

US 

Pleyte,  Arthur  A 

7500  W Dean  Ave,  #204 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

Plouff,  Robert  T 

6902  St  James  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 


PS 

Pohl,  Alan  L 

10425  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  258-8860 

D 

Pohle,  Edward  L 

3970  N Oakland  Ave,  #603 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  961-7330 

IM 

Pohle,  Herbert  W 

788  N Jefferson 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  272-8950 

IM  NM 

Pohlmann,  Guenther  P 

2025  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

IM 

Poindexter,  Gerald  W 

435  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53212 

GS 

Polacek,  Michael  A 

5810  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  321-6400 

PD 

Polacheck,  Larry  J 

710  E Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  964-1140 

PD 

Polacheck,  Walter  S 

2323  E Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  962-9500 

GS 

Poll,  Marvin 

2400  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)352-4223 

P OS 

Pollack,  Saul  K 

700  N Water  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

U 

Pollard,  Randle  E 

2040  W Wis  Ave,  #508 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

GP  GS 
Popp,  Albert 

5272  N 27th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)  462-4929 

OBG 

Poremski,  Tod  J 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  778-0070 


GS  FP 

Potos,  William  B 

3533  E Ransey  Ave 
Cudahy WI 53110 
(414)  769-6600 

AN 

Powondra,  Philip  F 

2560  S 78th  St 
West  Allis  WI  53219 
(414)321-0436 

IM  NEP 
Prasad,  D Rao 
2315  N Lake  Dr,  #915 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 

IM 

Prasad,  Jaya  C 
2315  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

R 

Price,  Daniel  J 

2400  W Villard  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

PD 

Prier,  Thomas  A 

3970  Lilly  Rd 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)781-1550 

OTO 

Prudlow,  William  F 

3070  N 51st  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  447-6700 

CD  IM 

Puchner,  Thomas  C 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  453-4847 

PD  A 

Pugely,  James  M 
2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-3700 

ORS 

Pulito,  Domenic  J 

7545  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  351-3500 

FP  PYM 
Pulito,  Frank  J 

100  15th  Ave 
So  Milwaukee  WI  53172 
(414)  762-3680 

P 

Puls,  Thomas  B 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-5959 

GP  P 
Purtell,  Paul  J 

560  E Fox  Dale  Ct 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

GP 

Purtell,  Robert  F 

3316  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 


FP 

Purtell  Jr,  Robert  F 

3316  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  342-4126 

PTH 

Quackenbush,  Steven  R 

2931 A N 50th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

DR 

Quiroz,  Francisco  A 

Col  Coyoacan,  #45 
Mexico  21  Df  Mexico 

AN 

Quitzon,  Andres  F 

2245  W Brantwood  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)352-1897 

PTH 

Qureshi,  Ijaz  N 
2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-7164 

GS 

Racadio,  Fred  S 
1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  272-5977 

AN 

Raisinghani,  Mohini  K 

12320  W Ohio  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  327-7869 

AN 

Ramie,  Reuf 

2420  W Applewood  La 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

IM 

Rand,  Harold 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-4303 

OPH  OT 
Rank,  Ralph  T 

324  E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-1526 

R 

Rankin,  James  J 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-6424 

PD 

Rao,  L Mohan 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)271-3700 

IM 

Rao,  Veluvolu  K 

1672  S 9th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53204 

IM 

Rastetter,  Joseph  W 

2638  N 86th  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  258-5344 


R 

Rater,  Cornelius  J 

5818  N Shore  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  332-3292 

ORS 

Rath,  Edward  K 

5233  W Morgan  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53220 
(414)  321-8960 

P 

Ratke,  Donald 

1 1 1 E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

PTH 

Ravelo,  Henry  V 
620  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-9600 

R 

Reasa,  Douglas  A 
2400  W Villard  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

GS 

Redlin,  Russell  R 

77-500  Interstate  10 
Indio  CA  92201 

P 

Reed  Jr,  Alan  E 

400  W Silver  Spring,  #260 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  962-6662 

OPH 

Reeser  Jr,  Frederick  H 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)475-0701 

IM  GE 
Regan,  Patrick  T 

788  N Jefferson 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  272-8950 

Reichl,  Stephen  C 
3433  S Wollmer  Rd 
#NI-308 

West  Allis  WI  53227 

CD  IM 
Reid,  Michael  S 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  344-5442 

GP  GS 

Reifenrath,  Idadore  B 

4335  N 78th  St 
Scottsdale  AZ  85251 

GS 

Reifenrath,  William  E 

10425  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

OBG 

Reik,  Robert  P 

10425  W North  Ave,  #226 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  774-9322 


52 


MILWAUKEE 


EM 

Reminga  Thomas  A 

2025  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  W1  5321 1 
(414)  961-3508 

AN 

Remus-Garcia,  Cesar  J 

5000  W National  Ave 
Wood  WI  53193 

TS 

Reuben,  Charles  F 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  Wl  53226 
(414)  258-0670 

AN 

Reynaldo,  Primitivo  I 

3835  Fresno  Rd 
Brookfield  Wl  53005 
(414)781-2125 

AN 

Rhomberg,  Bernard  B 

1160  Lone  Tree  Rd 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)  647-6318 

U 

Ricciardi,  Ignatius  J 

1831  N 81st  St 
Wauwatosa  Wl  53213 
(414)  476-8640 

IM  CD 
Rice,  Raymond  L 

710  N Water  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

TR 

Richards,  Marcia  J S 
POB  503 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
OPH 

Ridley,  John  E 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  01001 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  278-7500 

GS 

Riecan,  Jan 

2765  N 98th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 

IM  NEP 

Rieselbach,  Richard  E 
POB  342 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  289-8080 

GS 

Rife,  C Sherrill 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd,  0795 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

CRS 

Robbins,  Leonard  S 

1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  271-2161 

IM  GE 

Robinson,  James  E 

2040  W Wis  Ave,  0780 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-1202 


GP 

Rodenbeck,  Alfred  F 

5900  S 92nd  St 
Hales  Corners  WI  53 1 30 

OBG 

Rogers,  John  C 
3535  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

OTO 

Romero,  Ruben  P 

2745  W Layton  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53221 

OPH 

Roncke,  George  J 

1225  W Mitchell  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53204 
(414)  672-3310 

OBG 

Rose,  Mona 
425  E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  272-0807 

FP 

Rose,  William  R 

3518  W Fond  du  Lac  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)  449-0404 

PD 

Rosenberg,  David  M (DO) 

3975  N 68th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 

FP 

Rosin,  Louis  R 

2315  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

IM 

Roth,  Donald  A 

1620  Revere  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)782-4638 

GS 

Roth,  Terence  V 

8410  W Cleveland  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 
(414) 543-9240 

CLP 

Rothwell,  David  J 

2025  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  961-3947 

GP 

Rotter,  Earle  J 

4701  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  Wl  53211 

ORS 

Rotter,  Francis  J 

7545  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  351-3500 

IM 

Royce  Jr,  Owen  J 

2222  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  476-9440 


D 

Ruch,  Donald  M 

111  E Wis  Ave,  01435 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)771-4949 

IM 

Ruehl,  Roger  L 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5755 

IM  NM 
Ruetz,  Philip  P 

5000  W National  Ave 
Wood  WI  53193 

IM  AI 
Ruff,  Louis  L 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd,  0725 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)774-7160 

GP 

Rumhoff,  Gordon 

8410  W Cleveland  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  543-0300 

D 

Russell,  Thomas  J 

3000  W Brown  Deer  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)  259-1115 

GP  OBG  RET 
Ryan,  Paul  W 

1509  Coachman  Dr 
Mountain  Home  AR  72653 
(501)425-1176 

ORS 

Ryan,  Thomas  E 

1031  N Astor  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

ORS 

Rydlewicz,  James  A 
5233  W Morgan  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53220 
(414)  321-8960 

R 

Rymut  Jr,  August  F 

633  E Lake  View  Ave 
Whitefish  Bay  WI  53217 

P 

Rytel,  Krystyna  D 

1 220  Dewey  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 
(414)  258-2600 

OBG 

Sable,  Morris  H 

788  N Jefferson  St,  0301 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  276-4526 

ORS 

Sadoff,  Harry  B 

500  W Bradley  Rd,  0228 
Fox  Point  WI  53217 


IM 

Saichek,  Robert  P 

1218  W Kilbourn  St,  0314 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

GS 

Sakaguchi,  Shimpei 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-2991 

P 

Salama,  Ezzeldin  M 
2350  N Lake  Dr,  0501 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

PTH 

Samter,  Thomas  G 
POB  342 

Milwaukee  Wl  53201 
(414)  289-8055 

GP 

Sanders  Jr,  Arthur  C 

2545  N Teutonia  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53206 

IM 

Sandoval,  Raynaldo  G 

2040  W Wis  Ave,  0754 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

GP  GS 

Sanfelippo,  Anthony  J 

2414  N Farwell  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  332-6900 

GS 

Sattler,  Marvin  E 

1218  W Kilbourn  Ave,  0401 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  272-4629 

GS 

Sauter,  Kendall  E 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  258-5130 

GS  TS 
Savitt,  Allen  J 

2400  S 90th  St 
West  Allis  WI  53227 

OPH 

Sawyer,  Thomas  R 
81 1 E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  273-4225 

R 

Scanlon,  Gerard  T 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-6108 

GS 

Scerpella,  Jaime  R 

100  15th  Ave 
So  Milwaukee  WI  53172 

GE  IM  RET 
Schacht,  Walter  J 
POB  671 

Elm  Grove  WI  53122-0671 
(414)782-7932 


Schaefer,  Richard  M 
POB  27001 
West  Allis  WI  53227 

N P 

Schaeffer,  Bernard  S 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-2090 

R 

Schelble,  James  A 
1111E  Lilac  La 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

IM 

Scherman,  Francis  G 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 

IM  PUD 
Schlueter,  Donald  P 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

AN 

Schmahl,  Karen  S 

9938  N Thornapple  La 
5W  Mequon  WI  53092 

TS  CDS 

Schmahl,  Terence  M 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-1120 

ORS 

Schmidt,  Albert  C 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-8158 

R 

Schmidt,  Charles  E 
2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-6424 

FP 

Schmidt,  Daniel  K 

12518  Parkwood  Dr 
Sun  City  West  AZ  85372 

OPH 

Schmidt,  Herbert  G 

2710  E Newton  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  332-7270 

AN 

Schmidt,  James  R 

2825  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 

GS  VS 

Schmidt,  Robert  M 

3003  W Good  Hope  Rd 
POB  17300 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)352-3100 

PTH 

Schmitt,  Karl  W 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-6463 


MILWAUKEE 


53 


GYN 

Schmitz,  John  T 
2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)271-3700 

GP  GS 

Schneeberger,  Leonard  J 
4630  W Burleigh  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  445-4650 

IM 

Schneider,  George  R 
9330  W Lincoln  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  546-1130 

A 

Schoenkerman,  Bert  B 

1212  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  272-5750 

IM  RET 

Schowalter,  Raymond  P 

1 10  S Henry  St,  #1210 
Madison  WI  53703 
(608)  255-2102 

GS 

Schroeder,  Charles  M 
3927  N Ridgefield  Cir 
Shorewood  WI  5321 1 
(414)  964-4247 

GP  RET 
Schuler,  Frank  X 

5400  W Beloit  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53214 
(414)327-4417 

OPH 

Schultz,  Richard  O 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  774-0505 

GS 

Schulz,  Irwin 

6209  Mineral  Pt  Rd,  #512 

Madison  WI  53705 

Schuster,  Thomas  A 

6091  N Green  Bay  Ave 
#204 

Glendale  WI  53209 

CRS  RET 
Schutte,  Albert  G 

6689  Van  Gordon  Ct 
Arvada  CO  80004 
(303)  425-5293 

CRS 

Schwade,  Leonard  J 

1218  WKilboum  Ave,  #318 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  278-0808 

PD 

Schwartz,  Abraham  B 

925  E Wells  St,  #716 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 


FP 

Schwartz,  Herschel  M 

908  Milwaukee  Ave 
So  Milwaukee  WI  53172 
(414)  762-2120 

OBG 

Schwartz,  Saul  F 

700  N Water  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

OBG 

Schwartz,  Walter  R 

10425  W North  Ave,  #226 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  774-9322 

D 

Scrimenti,  Rudolph  J 

316  E Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  964-3650 

GS 

Seefeld,  Philip  H 

8041  Burchmore  Rd 
Three  Lakes  WI  54562 

OPH 

Sella,  John  L 

61 14  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)461-7400 

OBG 

Sender,  William  L 

8430  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 

OBG 

Sender,  Neville 
2711  W Wells 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  933-6666 

R 

Sengpiel,  Gene  W 
Rt  1 Box 120B 
Woodruff  WI  54568 
(715)385-2856 

IM  END 
Sennett,  Jordan  A 

1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  271-2433 

P 

Seno,  Elvira  C 
Rt  7 Box  250 
Burlington  WI  53105 
(414)  539-3222 

FP 

Seno  Jr,  Louis  S 
6900  N Pt  Washington 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

IM 

Sepp,  Ingeborg  E 
1545  S Layton  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)384-1800 


OBG  RET 
Servis,  Lionel  T 

2015  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  961-2040 

IM 

Settimi,  Albino  L 

15105  Westover  Rd 
Elm  Grove  WI  53 1 22 

DR 

Shaffer,  Katherine  A H 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5201 

OBG 

Shafi,  Mohammad 

606  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

IM  PUD 
Shah,  Kanak  K 

525  E Wells  St,  #200 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

ORS 

Shapiro,  David 

700  N Water  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  276-7822 

P 

Shapson,  Milton 

700  N Water  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  276-3244 

R 

Shaw,  Donald  K 

10201  W Lincoln  Ave,  #304 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 
(414)567-0371 

IM  CD 

Shenasa,  Mohammad 

950  N 12th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

R 

Sherry,  James  J 

2025  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 

GP 

Shirke,  Shaila  R 

5231  W Villard  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53218 
(414)  464-3115 

ORS 

Shivaram,  Mysore  S 
1545  S Layton  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  645-3402 

CDS  TS 
Shore,  Richard  T 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  #819 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  272-5893 

ORS 

Shovers,  Philip 

9400  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 


P 

Siegel,  Barry  G 
4067  N Lake  Dr 
Shorewood  WI  53211 
(414)  273-1717 

U 

Silbar,  John  D 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  344-3700 

CD  IM 
Silver,  Ted  S 
2315  N Lake  Dr,  #613 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

FP 

Sims,  Farrol  H 
2331  W Vieau  PI 
Milwaukee  WI  53204 
(414)  647-7598 

P OBG 

Simske,  Clifford  J 

316  E Silver  Spring  Dr 
Whitefish  Bay  WI  53217 
(414)964-9080 

AN 

Sinclair,  Eugene  P 

13185  LeeCt 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)  782-1799 

IM  HEM 
Singson,  Juanito  P 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  #1005 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  278-8290 

OBG 

Sinsky,  John  E 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)778-0070 

OBG 

Sirin,  Kirim  F 

4768  S 27th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53221 
(414)  282-3030 

IM 

Siy,  Lucio  C 
3975  N 68th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53216 
(414)463-2511 

D 

Skibba,  Carla  A 

9033  W Grange  Ave 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 

IM 

Skulason,  G Jon 

3070  N 5 1st  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

GS 

Sleight,  Douglas  R 

3533  E Ramsey  Ave 
Cudahy WI 53110 
(414)  769-6600 


IM  GE 

Slomovitz,  Zachary 
1672  S 9th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53204 

IM  CD 

Slomowitz,  Jonathan 

1672  S 9th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53204 
(414)  383-4700 

IM  CD 
Slosky,  David  A 
2315  N Lake  Dr,  #613 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-1633 

PD 

Slota,  Catherine  M 
6748  Hill  Pk  Ct 
GreendaleWI  53129 

FP 

Smigielski,  Kenneth  M 

3615  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  383-8487 

IM 

Smith,  John  J 

735  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

ORS 

Smith,  William  B 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-1941 

P CHP 

Smuckler,  Mark  B 

155  E Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  332-2450 

DR 

Smullen,  William  A 

5000  W Chambers  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

PD 

Snartemo,  Reuben  J 

6200  W Bluemound  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)  771-5600 

IM  HEM  ON 
Soni,  Nalin  S 
2315  N Lake  Dr,  #919 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  276-7363 

P 

Soo,  K Kwang 
2025  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 

OBG 

Sortor,  Ralph  F 

10691  W Parnell  Ave 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 
(414)  425-6464 

IM 

Southcott,  Walter  C 

6934  N Seneca  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 


54 


MILWAUKEE 


P 

Sovine,  David  L 
1200  E Capitol  Dr 
Shorewood  WI  5321 1 
(414)332-0171 

ORS 

Spankus,  Jack  D 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-4142 

P 

Spear,  H Gladys 
1610  N Prospect  Ave,  #902 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  273-5188 

IM 

Spector,  Jack  A 

2040  W Wis  Ave,  #305 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  344-7223 

OS 

Spellman,  Robert  J 

720  E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-1444 

PM 

Spicuzza,  Salvatore  A 
2400  W Villard  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)263-8442 

R NM 

Spiegelhoff,  Don  R 

6286  Parkview  Rd 
GreendaleWI  53129 
(414)  421-4609 

IM  PUD 
Spitz,  Milton  B 

1218  W Kilboum  Ave,  #117 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  272-5040 

CD  IM 
Spring,  Donald  A 

161  W Wis  Ave,  #241 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 

OBG 

Spyres,  Dean  P 
7635  WOkla  Ave,  #115 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  321-4500 

OPH 

Stafl,  Jaroslava 
10425  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  476-3580 

CD 

Staller,  Bernard  J 

2722  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)384-2710 

GS 

Staves,  Nicholas  P 
3238  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  643-4900 


P CHP 
Steiger,  Fredric  A 
9501  Watertown  PI  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

P 

Stein,  Paul  G 

111  E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

P 

Stein,  Phillip  L 

1 1 1 E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)273-1717 

GP  GS 

Steiner,  Clarence  M 

8022  W Fubrantz  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)463-4209 

NS 

Steiner,  Robert  E 

811  E Wis  Ave,  #246 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-7227 

GS  CDS 
Steliga,  Richard  A 

2600  N Mayfair  Rd,  #955 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

P 

Stemper,  John  A 

2216  E Edgewood  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  961-6166 

GS 

Stenborg,  Walter  P 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  643-6400 

IM 

Stergiades,  Frank  G 

2040  W Wis  Ave,  #303 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-5353 

GS  FP 
Stem,  Charles  S 
3701  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  962-2363 

GP  RET 
Stern,  Louis  S 

7212  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)  476-1158 

GP 

Stern,  Ruth  S 

3701  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  962-2363 

IM  RHU 
Sternlieb,  Richard  O 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)271-3700 


OBG 

Stewart,  William  C 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  778-0070 

GS 

Stiehl,  Charles  W 

2740  W Forest 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  645-1316 

GS 

Stobbe,  Knud  C 

8410  W Cleveland  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 
(414)  541-8150 

U 

Stockinger,  Richard  E 
POB  153 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
R 

Stockland,  Leo 
POB  1644 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
GP 

Stollenwerk,  Kenneth  J 

3122  S 27th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  384-5500 

IM  OS 

Stolp,  Sherwood  B 
3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

ORS 

Stone,  Joseph  R 

1218  WKilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  276-6000 

OPH 

Stone,  Richard 

227  E Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

PTH 

Storey,  James  D 
5515  S Bonnie  La 
Hales  Corners  WI  53130 

NS 

Strassburger,  Richard  H 

161  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)  272-3673 

PTH 

Straumfjord  Jr,  Jon  V 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-6204 

OTO 

Straus,  Gerhard  D 

100  Worth  Ave,  #402 
Palm  Beach  FL  33480 

OBG 

Strawn,  Estil  Y 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  271-3700 


D 

Studenbrauch,  Gerald  O 

7635  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  541-1323 

P 

Studley,  William  H 

2301  E Stratford  Ct 
Shorewood  WI  5321 1 
(414)962-7773 

PD 

Stuhler,  John  D 

7505  Melrose  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 

FP 

Stula,  Gojko  D 

3238  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  643-4430 

FP 

Suaverdez,  Rodolfo  P 
POB  19892 A 
West  Allis  WI  53219 

IM 

Subbarao,  Dilipkumer  B 

100  15  th  Ave 
So  Milwaukee  WI  53172 
(414)  762-3680 

NS 

Suberviola,  P Daniel 

3070  N 51st  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  873-7400 

ORS 

Sullivan,  Dennis  M 

1218  W Kilbourn  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  276-6000 

GS 

Sullivan,  John  T 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd,  #890 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  257-1212 

N PD 

Supapodok,  Charles 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  #901 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

OPH 

Suson,  Elieser  B 
2300  Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)475-5550 

GP 

Sverdlin,  Abe  A 

7870  N Mohawk  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

Swain,  Geoffrey  R 
10636  W Giartosa  Dr 
Wauwatosa  WI  53222 

CRS 

Swartz,  Lyle  W 

152  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)  272-3210 


GP 

Sweet,  Samuel  J 

606  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 

IM 

Switala,  Jean  M 

10243  W National  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  541-4421 

PD 

Sy,  Santiago  T 
4666  S 35th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53221 
(414)281-0400 

GP 

Szymarek,  Joseph  E 
5101  W Jackson  Pk  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 

IM  CD 
Tabet,  Robert  C 

3533  E Ramsey  Ave 
Cudahy  WI  53110 
(414)  769-6600 

OPH 

Tacke,  Arthur  W 

777  W Glencoe  PI 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  352-9738 

PTH 

Taira,  Yoshiro 
620  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

IM 

Tamayo,  Primo  R 

6014  W Congress  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53218 
(414)462-0100 

PTH  PD 
Tang,  Thomas  T 
POB  1997 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  93M100 

OBG 

Tanner,  Russell  E 

5631  N Mohawk  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)964-7600 

OPH 

Taugher,  Philip  J 

2400  S 90th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 

GS 

Tavaf-Motamen,  Ali 

3353  E Ramsey  Ave 
Cudahy  WI  53110 

D 

Taxman,  Joel  E 

1622  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-2552 

Tay,  Anthony  T 
4129  N 104th  St,  #209 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 


MILWAUKEE 


55 


Tay,  Richard 

4129  N 104th  St,  #204 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 

PS 

Teasley,  Jack  L 

2015  E Newport  Ave,  #401 

Milwaukee  Wl  53211 

(414)963-0993 

TS 

Tector  Jr,  Alfred  J 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

N 

Tegtmeyer,  Gamber  F 

3939  N Murray  Ave,  #305 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)962-4165 

OPH 

Teitgen,  Ralph  E 

1684  N Prospect  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-1580 

AN 

Temple,  J William 

2374  N 101st  St 
Milwaukee  Wl  53226 
(414)  332-8230 

PTH  CLP 
Tenge,  Jack  R 

6001  W Center  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 

P 

Teplin,  Ervin 

400  W Silver  Spring  Dr 
#218 

Milwaukee  WI  53217 
OTO 

Teplin,  Robert  W 

2015  E Newport  Ave,  #309 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  961-1550 

PTH 

Teresi,  Joseph  L 

14760  Virginia  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  263-8404 

FP 

Theisen,  Charles  E 
10015th  Ave 
So  Milwaukee  WI  53172 
(414)  762-3680 

GS 

Thomas,  Walton  D 

3003  W Good  Hope  Rd 
POB  17300 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  352-3100 

GP 

Thompson,  Richard  D 

1341  Milwaukee  St 
DelafieldWI  53018 
(414)  646-8222 


PD 

Thomson,  Neil  R 
409  E Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

PM 

Thoppil,  Ephrem 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)647-7604 

AN 

Thurwachter  Jr,  Loren  F 

621  E Cedar  La 
100N  Mequon  Wl  53092 

D 

Tibbetts,  Palmer  G 

8031  W Holmes  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53220 
(414)  672-8050 

IM  ON 

Tiber,  Charles  H I 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-3700 

R 

Till,  Eugene  W 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  647-6424 

AN 

Tisone,  James  J 

6070  N Alberta  La 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  332-8230 

IM 

Tiu,  Alfonso  L 

10617  W Oklahoma  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 

OS  U 

Tofani,  Walter  O 

1227  W Baldwin  Ct 
Mequon  WI  53092 
(414)  241-5972 

IM 

Tokars,  Jerome  I 

8501  W Lincoln  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 

CRS 

Tolentiono,  Mario  G 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

IM 

Tolson,  Lawrence  S 
6150  W Fond  du  Lac  Ave 
Milwaukee  Wl  53218 
(414)  464-8005 

PD 

Tombuloglu,  Lutfi 

2745  W Layton  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53221 
(414)  281-9455 

D 

Tonkens,  Samuel  W 

925  E Wells  St 
Milwaukee  Wl  53202 


OTO 

Toohill,  Robert  J 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5150 

IM 

Topetzes,  Gregory  J 
8430  W Capitol  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  461-8110 

Torhorst,  Susan  M 

4231  N 104th  St,  #7 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 

U 

Trangsrud,  H Axel 

5000  W National  Ave 
Wood  WI  53193 
(414)384-2000 

PUD 

Travers,  Howard  D 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  #803 
Milwaukee  Wl  5321 1 
(414)  272-2985 

IM  RHU 
Treacy,  William  L 

10125  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  771-9870 

GS 

Trettin,  Robert  J 

10625  W North  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  771-9130 

OBG 

Trimborn,  Bernard  A 

4216  W Burleigh  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  445-7543 

IM 

Triyambakaraj,  C R 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

Trotman,  Enid  A 

2233  W Roosevelt  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 

IM  CD 

Tuchman,  Herman 

5215  N Iron  wood  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

PS 

Tucker,  Glen  M 

2015  E Newport  Ave,  #401 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  963-0993 

P 

Turcott,  Richard  D 

POB  13064 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

IM 

Turgai,  Valerio 

908  Milwaukee  Ave 
So  Milwaukee  WI  53172 
(414)  762-4030 


IM  END 

Turkington,  Roger  W 

6745  W Wells  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)  453-5870 

Turnbull,  James  M 

2412  S 77th  St 
West  Allis  WI  53219 

N 

Turner,  Arthur  J 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

EM 

Turner,  C Randolph 

7335  Maple  Ter 
Milwaukee  WI  53213 
(414)771-1138 

AN 

Turner,  Lawrence  A 

21510  Lancelot  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

GS 

Twelmeyer,  Henry  F 

2500  N 108th  St,  #401 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

NS 

Ullrich,  Donald  P 

3070  N 51st  St,  #107 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  873-7400 

D 

Urban,  Frank  H 

10425  W North  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)453-2962 

OBG 

Urdan,  Benjamin  E 

1610  N Prospect  Ave,  #502 
Milwaukee  Wl  53202 

OBG 

Urlakis,  Kenneth  J 

6001  W Center  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  447-7979 

U 

Usow,  Barry'  H 
2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  Wl  5323^ 
(414)  344-3700 

FP  GP 
Usow,  Eugene  J 
1218  WKilboum  Ave,  #117 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

GP  ORS  FP 
Uszler,  Louis  B 
569  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53207 
(414)645-1543 

ON  HEM 
Uy,  Benedicto  P 
6001  W Center  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 


OBG 

Uy,  Mario  L 

756  N 35th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 

IM 

Uzquiano,  Jorge  T 
3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

PD 

Vaccaro,  Joseph  E 

7229  W Center  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  476-4221 

DR  R 
Vaisman,  Uri 
POB  342 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  289-8263 

AN 

Van  Gilder,  John  H 

13005  Wrayburn  Rd 
Elm  Grove  W I 53122 

PTH 

Van  Hecke,  Leander  J 

POB  208 

Belgium  WI  53004 
PD 

Vattakattcherry,  George  C 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

FP 

Vend,  Nicholas  A B 
100  15th  Ave 
So  Milwaukee  WI  53172 
(414)762-3680 

IM 

Viernes,  Patricio  F 

10425  W North  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  475-6010 

GS 

Vinluan,  Alejandro  M 

756  N 35th  St,  #201 
Milwaukee  WI  53208 
(414)  342-8085 

OBG 

Vitulli,  Vito  N 

5854  S Packard  Ave 
Cudahy WI 53110 
(414)  769-9220 

AN 

Vlazny,  Ferdinand  J 

POB  59 

Mukwonago  WI  53149 

NM  PTH 
Voet,  Raymond  K 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

P 

Vogt,  Wess  R 
2350  N Lake  Dr,  #515 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 


56 


MILWAUKEE 


IM 

Von  Roenn,  W Gregory 

3070  N 51st  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  871-9300 

OPH 

Wadina,  Gerald  W 

5820  S Packard  Ave 
Cudahy  WI  531 10 
(414)769-6900 

OBG 

Wagner,  Alan  M 

788  N Jefferson  St,  #301 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  276-4526 

OPH 

Wagner,  Paul  F 

308  McHenry  St 
Burlington  WI  53105 
(414)  763-7613 

IM  OS 

Waisbren,  Burton  A 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  #815 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

CD  IM 

Waisbren  Jr,  Burton  A 

81 1 E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  W I 53202 

ORS  OS 

Waisman,  Raymond  C 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-2044 

IM 

Walcott,  George 

525  E Wells  St,  #200 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  271-6800 

OBG 

Waldren  Jr,  Henry  M 

2400  S 90th  St,  #210 
West  Allis  W I 53227 
(414)  545-5050 

IM  CD 
Walker,  John  A 

2722  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  384-2710 

OPH 

Wallner  Jr,  Ernest  F 

777  W Glencoe  PI 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  352-0280 

FP 

Walrath,  Daniel  L 

620  N 19th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

U 

Walsh,  John  P 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 


NS 

Walsh,  Patrick  R 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5508 

PD 

Walvisch,  Steven  G 
10243  W National  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 

AN 

Warsh,  James  R 

5851  Glen  Flora  Dr 
Greendale  WI  53129 

IM 

Wartenberg,  Alan  A 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5787 

GP 

Warth,  Chester  G 

710  N Plankinton  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)  276-3154 

PD 

Watson  Jr,  Harry  J 

851 1 W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 

TS 

Watson,  Raymond  R 

14  Berkley  PI 
Huntington  WV  25705 

(304)  525-8444 

IM 

Webb,  William  C 

8501  W Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53227 

GE  IM 

Weber,  Jeffrey  M 

5757  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)  546-1513 

P 

Weber,  Joseph  E 
3338  N 94th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)466-0997 

GP 

Weber,  Marshall  L 

3821  S Howell  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53207 
(414)  744-6589 

PD 

Wegmann,  George  H 

9215  Ridge  Blvd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)476-2440 

A RET 
Weil,  Harry  R 

3301  Spanish  Moss  Ter 
Lauderhill  FL  33319 

(305) 731-8956 


AN 

Weingarten,  Maxwell  H S 

4720  N Cramer  St 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  964-3909 

GS 

Weinshel,  Leo  R 

238  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)  271-0373 

CLP 

Weisberg,  Harry  F 

950  N 12th  St,  POB  342 
Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  289-8056 

U 

Weisenthal,  Charles  L 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  342-7744 

GP 

Weisfeld,  Samuel  G 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

IM 

Welch,  Cassandra  P 

2570  N Maryland  Ave,  #113 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  963-2139 

A 

Weller,  Ross  R 

2600  N Mayfair  Rd,  #970 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

GP 

Wells,  Marvin 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)933-4252 

PD 

Wells,  Ronald  K 

17030  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

PM 

Welsh,  Edwin  C 

12130  Meadow  Ct 
Wauwatosa  WI  53222 
(414)  258-2383 

PD 

Wenders,  James  A 

12100  W Verona  Ct 
West  Allis  WI  53227 

OBG 

Wendt,  William  P 

10425  W North  Ave,  #142 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  259-0880 

GS 

Wengelewski,  Henry  B 

7689  Overlook  Dr 
Greendale  WI  53129 

R 

Wepfer,  Joseph  F 

5000  W Chambers  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 


US 

Werba,  Daniel  R 

5538  W Monterosa 
Phoenix  AZ  85031 

OBG 

Werner,  David  J 

5631  N Mohawk  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  964-7600 

NS 

Wernick,  Shelley 

759  N Milwaukee  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

PM 

Wertsch,  Jacqueline  J 

13825  Juneau  Blvd 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)  383-4490 

PD 

Westley  Jr,  William 

2722  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 

PS  GS 
White,  James  E 
9516  Harding  Blvd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

ORS 

Wichman,  Harvey  M 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

IM  GE 

Wiesen,  Richard  L 

4305  Cherokee  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

OTO  OPH 
Wild,  Joseph  P 

3033  W Bonniwell  Rd 
136N  Mequon  WI  53092 

PS 

Wilkins,  Terrence  J 

6415  N Berkeley  Blvd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  351-3074 

IM 

Williams,  Delore 

8501  W Lincoln  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  543-4500 

GS 

Willson,  D Maclean 

2015  E Newport  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  963-1210 

IM 

Willson,  Donald  M 

3003  W Good  Hope  Rd 
POB  17300 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)352-3100 

TR 

Wilson,  J Frank 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-5636 


P 

Wilson,  Jeffrey  W 
316  E Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  332-0552 

GS 

Wilson,  Stuart  D 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

R 

Winters,  John  C 
POB  484 

Brookfield  WI  53005 
PD 

Winters,  Kenneth  J 

POB  601 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)771-5600 

Wirth,  Lynne  S 

880  Hillside  Dr 
Colgate  WI  53017 

GP 

Wisniewski,  Peter  P 

51 64  S Mallard  Cir 
Milwaukee  WI  53221 

IM  ID 

Witte,  Gerhard  L 

324  E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  272-6310 

PS 

Wiviott,  Wilbert 

1218  W Kilboum  Ave,  #409 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  272-1222 

OPH 

Wojno,  Ted 

2310  N 95th  St,  #3 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)778-0224 

CD 

Wolf,  Lawrence  P 

1218  W Kilboum  Ave,  #314 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

OBG 

Wolkomir,  Michael  S 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

GS 

Wollheim,  Donald  A 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd,  #401 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  476-9592 

GS 

Woloschek,  Walter  J 

2500  N 108th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  476-9592 

Wood,  Helen 

9152  W Dixon,  #203 
Milwaukee  WI  53214 


MILWAUKEE— MONROE— OCONTO 


57 


GS  CDS 
Woods,  James  H 

2300  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  W1  53226 

Woodson,  Mark  E 

5166  N Lovers  Ln,  #D-1 
Milwaukee  WI  53225 

OBG 

Woodward,  George  S 
9730  W Bluemound  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)774-3400 

GP 

Worm,  George  J 

7827  W Burleigh  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53222 
(414)  442-7000 

Wowk,  Victor  A 

541  N 89th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

R 

Wright,  Hobart  H 

8026  W Wis  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 
(414)774-8689 

AN 

Wright,  Irving  V 

16300  Tomahawk  Tr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)782-5004 

OBG  END 
Wu,  Hui  T 

8541  N Pelham  Pkwy 
BaysideWI  53217 
(414)352-7283 

P 

Wunsch,  Charles  A 

3201  S 16th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)645-3531 

US 

Wyman,  John  F 
POB94 

Cedar  Mountain  NC  28718 
PS 

Wynn,  Sidney  K 

1218  W Kilboum  Ave,  #517 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  272-2050 

OTO  PS 
Yale,  Russell  S 

10520  N Pt  Washington 
Mequon  WI  53092 
(414)  241-8000 

AN 

Yamat,  Jaime  B 

8825  Greenmeadow  La 
Greendale  WI  53129 

R 

Yard,  Albert  C 

2900  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 


OBG 

Yellick,  Clyde  W 
2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  271-3700 

R 

Youker,  James  E 

8700  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  257-6110 

PD 

Young,  Carol  E 
2315  N Lake  Dr,  #601 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 
(414)  765-0515 

P 

Young,  Helen  M Cooper- 

5900  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  963-9933 

P 

Young,  Michael  M C 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 

R 

Young,  William  N 

2400  N Lincoln  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53215 
(414)  671-7000 

GS 

Yount,  Loren  J 

2315  N Lake  Dr,  #1015 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

GS 

Yunus,  Hafiz  M 

2040  W Wis  Ave,  #681 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  272-0093 

P 

Zabors,  Thomas  E 
316  E Silver  Spring  Dr 
Whitefish  Bay  WI  53217 
(414)  964-0390 

GS 

Zamora  Jr,  Alfredo  P 

1469  S 70th  St 
West  Allis  WI  53214 
(414)  476-1414 

P 

Zarem,  Norton  L 

111  E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

P 

Zarwell,  David  H 

6405  W Washington  Blvd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

PTH  NM 
Zastrow,  Raymond  C 

W322  N6853  Wildwood 
Point  Rd 

Hartland  WI  53029 
(414)  263-8404 


CD 

Zeft,  Howard  J 

7635  W Oklahoma  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53219 
(414)321-8130 

P 

Zeller,  Clifford  L 

155  E Silver  Spring  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  962-8900 

FP 

Zellmer,  James  H 

5148  N Teutonia  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)462-8280 

OM 

Zenz,  Carl 

2418  Root  River  Pkwy 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  543-7286 

CHP  IM 
Zeps,  Aivars  A 

3052  N Bartlett  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  5321  1 

Zernia,  John  A 

8463  S 116th  St 
Franklin  WI  53132 

IM  OS 

Ziebert,  Anthony  P 

2400  S 90th  St,  #206 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  546-0200 

GP 

Ziegler,  Clement  T 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  53211 
(414)  271-3700 

PTH  IM 
Ziehl,  Frank  L 

19333  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  871-3810 

GS 

Zimmer,  James  F 

943 1 W Grange  Ave 
Hales  Corners  WI  53 1 30 
(414)  425-6077 

GP 

Zimmer,  Joseph  J 

8410  W Cleveland  Ave 
West  Allis  WI  53227 
(414)  541-9000 

FP 

Zimmermann,  Burton  M 

1218  W Kilboum  Ave,  #117 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  272-5040 

R 

Zimmers,  Herbert  J 

1506  E Fox  La 
Fox  Point  WI  53217 


ORS 

Zuege,  Robert  C 

2040  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53233 
(414)  933-1941 

GS 

Zupnik,  Gerald  R 

606  W Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53203 
(414)  272-2250 


MONROE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

FP 

Ahn,  Helen  H 

105  W Milwaukee  St 
Tomah  WI  54660 
(608)372-4111 

GP 

Albrecht,  Paul  G 

202  S K St 
Sparta  WI  54656 
(608)269-6731 

GS  U 

Beebe,  DeWitt  C 
RFD  2 

Sparta  WI  54656 
GP 

Brown,  Jack  D 

POB  250 
Sparta  WI  54656 
(608)269-6731 

GS 

Buan,  Rolando  R 

POB  548 
Tomah  WI  54660 
(608) 372-3928 

FP 

Burnett,  David  E 

315  W Oak  St 
Sparta  WI  54656 
(608)  269-673 1 

FP 

Burrell,  James  E 

409  S L St 
Sparta  WI  54656 

GP 

Kozarek,  Clarence  E 
325  Butts  Ave 
Tomah  WI  54660 

GP 

Landmann,  Gustave  A 

POB  729 
Tomah  WI  54660 
(608)  372-5951 

GP 

Mubarak,  Jameel  S 

Tomah  WI  54660 
(608)  372-4111 


GS 

Narasimhan,  Kulumani  M 

315  W Oak  St 
Sparta  WI  54656 
(608)269-6731 

GP 

Raftery,  Patricia  R (DO) 
Rt  1 

Sparta  WI  54656 
(608)  269-4503 

FP 

Schmidt,  Lou  R 

108  W Main  St,  POB  517 
Sparta  WI  54656 
(608)  269-5066 

FP  P 

Wade,  Reynolds  W 

6813  Londonderry  La 
Fort  Wayne  IN  46815 

GP 

Williams,  Hugh  H 

315  W Oak  St 
Sparta  WI  54656 
(608)269-6731 


OCONTO 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP 

Chung,  Kim  Y 

POB  258 
Oconto  WI  54153 

GP 

Culver,  John  R 

150  N Main  St 
Oconto  Falls  WI  54154 
(414)  846-3644 

RET 

Gutheil,  Douglas  A 

145  S Webster  Ave 
De  PereWI  54115 
(414)336-6146 

FP 

Heinzl,  Glen  J 

POB  229 
Oconto  WI  54153 
(414)  834-2201 

GP 

Honish,  John  S 

POB  260 
Oconto  WI  54153 
(414)  834-4110 

GP 

Reyes,  Metodio  M 
1 19  E Main  St 
Gillett  WI  54124 
(414)855-6031 

EM  GS 
Scott,  William  J 

855  S Main  St 
Oconto  Falls  WI  54154 


58 


OCONTO— ONEIDA/ VILAS 


GP 

Sieferl,  Clyde  E 
164  N Main  St 
Oconto  Falls  WI  54154 
(414)  846-3671 

FP 

Strebe,  Kenneth  L 

Rt  1 Box  38 
Mountain  Wl  54149 
(715)276-6348 


ONEIDA 

VILAS 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

OBG  RET 
Beardsley,  Oliver  B 

7734  Trout  Rd 

Lake  Tomahawk  WI  54439 

GS 

Bodensteiner,  Joseph  A 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  Wl  54501 
(715)362-5650 

PD 

Boismenue,  Stuart  N 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)  362-5650 

1M  CD 
Brown,  John  F 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)  362-5650 

GS 

Bump,  Warner  S 

Rt  6 Box  1460 
Rhinelander  Wl  54501 

1M  PUD 
Callaway,  Jerome  J 
POB  549 

Woodruff  Wl  54568 
(715)356-3292 

OPH 

Christensen,  Jeffrey  V 

Mpls  Med  Eye  Clin,  #501 
Minneapolis  MN  55404 

RET  OS 
Cline,  Frances  A 

123  N Stevens  St 
Rhinelander  Wl  54501 
(715)  362-2836 

GP 

Colgan,  John  J 

321  Wall  St,  POB  429 
Eagle  River  WI  54521 
(715)479-4171 

PD 

Eggman,  Lynn  D 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)362-5650 


GP  GS  OBG 
Eickhoff,  Everett  C 

Land  O’Lakes  WI  54540 
(715)479-7444 

IM 

Erickson,  Scott  S 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-551  1 

ORS 

Farrington,  Joseph  D 

POB  153 

Key  Coloney  Bch  FL  3305 1 

OBG  END 
Figge  Jr,  Paul  K 

5 W Frederick 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)362-6510 

IM  CD 
Fletcher,  Fred  W 

E Wall  St 

Eagle  River  WI  54521 
(715)479-7471 

ORS 

Foltz,  Richard  N 

550  Timber  Dr 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 

IM 

Frost,  John  F 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)  362-5650 

IM 

Furda,  Joel  L 

5 W Frederick 
Rhinelander  Wl  54501 
(715)  362-6510 

PD 

Grgic,  Ante 

203  Schiek  Plaza  Dr 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 

AN 

Grieco,  Joseph  T 
1044  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)  369-3311 

R 

Grotenhuis,  Paul  W 

Rt  5 Box  135 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 

OPH 

Haug,  Gary  A 
9637  Manitou  Park  Dr 
Minocqua  WI  54548 
(715)356-3292 

PD  OBG 
Haug,  Thomas  M 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)362-5650 

U 

Haynes,  Benn  A 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  Wl  54501 
(715)  362-5650 


PTH 

Hertel,  Bruce  F 

7306  Glencoe  Dr 
Lake  Tomahawk  WI  54539 

OS 

Houlihan,  James  T 

240  Maple  St,  POB  470 
Woodruff  WI  54568 
(715)356-5222 

FP 

Houlihan,  Lorraine  F P 

Woodruff  WI  54568 
(715)356-3292 

U 

Jacobsen,  Arthur  J 

POB  549 

Woodruff  WI  54568 
(715)  356-3292 

FP 

Jacobson,  Lewis  L 
POB  130 

Eagle  River  WI  54521 
(715)479-6453 

FP 

Janak,  Steve  W 
POB  549 

Woodruff  Wl  54568 
(715)  356-3292 

IM  FP 

Johnson,  Daniel  L 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinejander  WI  54501 
(715)362-5650 

FP  PH 
Kief,  Harold  J 

Rt  1 Box  1502 
Rhinelander  Wl  54501 
(715)282-5222 

IM 

Kief,  John  J 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)362-5650 

GS 

Kim,  You-Sah 
Rt  1 

Phelps  WI  54554 
(715)545-2424 

ORS 

Kitzman,  Robert  H 

550  Timber  Dr 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)  369-2300 

IM 

Kotila,  Bruce  A 
210  Elm  Ct 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)362-6160 

PD 

Kretz,  Diane  B 

Eagle  River  WI  54521 


GP 

Kretz,  Michael  J 

Eagle  River  WI  54521 

OBG 

Loes,  Peter  L 

415  W Prospect  St 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)  362-6160 

GP 

Nemec  Jr,  George 
Rt  1 Box  1 7 1 A 
Woodruff  WI  54568 

R 

Nevin,  Ismail  N 
1044  Kabel  St 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 


OBG 

Pagano,  Judith  S 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)362-5650 

GS 

Pogodzinski,  Anthony  E 

POB  549 

Woodruff  WI  54568 
(715)356-3292 

GS 

Pratt,  George  F 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)  362-5650 

FP 

Raduege,  William  E 

Woodruff  WI  54568 
(715)  356-3292 

FP 

Resan,  Thomas  K 

POB  549 

Woodruff  WI  54568 
(715)  356-3292 

PTH 

Ritter,  Carol  A 

6325  Bernie-Lou  Dr 
Hazelhurst  WI  54531 
(715)356-7660 


FP 

Schell,  Charles  A 
POB  549 

Woodruff  WI  54568 
(715)356-3292 

GP  GS 

Schiek  Jr,  Irving  E 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)  362-6160 

GP 

Schiek  III,  Irving  E 

Rt  6 

Rhinelander  WI  54501 
IM 

Schwartz,  Henry  J 

3030  Laurie  Ave 
Panama  City  FL  32407 
(904)  234-1841 

GS 

Seidel,  Barry  J 

POB  549 

Woodruff  WI  54568 
(715)356-3292 

IM 

Simmons,  Warren  K 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)  362-5650 

FP 

Sloan,  Raymond  J 

POB  549 

Woodruff  WI  54568 
(715)356-3292 

CLP 

Steidl,  Richard  M 

1044  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 

PD 

Stiers,  Gary  R 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)  362-5650 

IM 

Swank,  Lee  A 

203  Schiek  Plaza  Dr 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 

AN 

Talbot,  Allan  E 

POB  596 

Minocqua  WI  54548 
(715)356-2449 

GS  TS  VS 
Thomas,  Quentin  M 

Eagle  River  WI  54521 
(715)479-7447 

GS 

Thuerer,  George  R 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)  362-5650 

D 

Ubben,  Kenneth  L 

2109th  St,  SE 
Rochester  MN  55901 


IM 

Niehaus,  Rebecca  Conway 
203  Schiek  Plaza  Dr 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)362-6160 

IM 

Norden,  Leo  G 

1020  Kabel  Ave 
Rhinelander  Wl  54501 
(715)362-5650 

FP  OM 

O’Desky,  Richard  N (DO) 

2351  Madison  Rd,  tt 202 
Hyde  Pk 

Cincinnati  OH  45208 
(513)  321-6003 


ONEIDA/VILAS— OUTAGAMIE 


59 


IM 

Wiesner,  James  K 
POB  549 

Woodruff  WI  54568 
(715)356-3292 

P 

Wood,  Michael  T 

21  AS  Brown  St,  POB  1146 
Rhinelander  WI  54501 
(715)  362-5150 


OUTAGAMIE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 
IM 

Alt,  Stephen  K 

309  E Washington  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-7045 

IM 

Anderson,  Jack  G 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)734-8062 

OBG 

Balverde,  Felicisima  B 

715  Depot  St 
Little  Chute  WI  54140 
(414)  788-9700 

FP 

Barkmeier,  John  R 

23 1 1 Hammond  Ave 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

GP 

Behnke,  George  A 
1406  Riverview  La 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

P 

Belden,  Allan  D 

610  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-9102 

GP 

Bergwall,  James  G 
217  W Cedar,  POB  100 
Hortonville  WI  54944 
(414)  779-4595 

GS 

Bonner,  Joseph  N 

106  River  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

GS  VS 

Boren  Jr,  Clark  H 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-8131 

GP 

Boyd,  George  L 
605  Wis  Ave 
Kaukauna  WI 54130 
(414)  766-2622 


U 

Bravick,  Donald  D 

436  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-3537 

FP  IM 

Brei,  Frederick  A 

601  W Pershing  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)733-2949 

GP 

Buchanan,  Keith  E 

620  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

PD  A 
Burr,  Jack  K 

436  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  54911 
(414)739-5213 

OTO 

Burrows,  Thomas 

626  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)734-7181 

IM 

Butitta,  John  M 

1501  S Madison  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

IM 

Carlson,  Guy  W 
6209  Mineral  Point  Rd 
#806 

Madison  WI  53705 
(608) 271-6805 

GS 

Chandler,  William  W 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  731-8131 

GS  U 

Chatterjee,  Amarendra  N 

2525  Riverside  Dr 
Kaukauna  WI 54130 
(414)  766-4656 

FP 

Cherkasky,  Alan  H 
430  Brill  St 
Kaukauna  WI 54130 
(414)  766-1481 

GP  OM 
Cherkasky,  Simon 
117  W 3rd  St 
Kaukauna  WI 54130 

R TR 

Chessin,  Henry 
424  E Wis  Ave 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

AN 

Chein,  Shan  H 

706  E Wis  Ave 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-3298 


IM 

Claypool  Jr,  Blaine  W 

424  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-4241 

OBG 

Cline,  Richard  S 

506  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-0114 

AN 

Competente,  Perfecto 

1751  N Racine  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

PTH 

Cordero,  Armenio  C 

1506  S Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

FP 

Cunningham,  Paul  M 

420  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  734-1813 

A 

Curry,  James  C 
436  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  739-5213 

GS 

Dafoe,  William  A 

1602  N Meade  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-3661 

IM 

Danford,  Harold  G 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

FP 

Derksen,  D Jon 

620  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

(414)734-7144 

OBG 

Dungar,  Charles  F 

506  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-0114 

P 

Engstrom,  Denton  P 

610  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-9102 

PTH 

Erchul,  James  W 

1506  S Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)738-2126 

AN 

Evangelista,  Teofilo 

706  E Wis  Ave 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-3298 


GP 

Fenlon,  Charles  E 

229  S Morrison  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

DR 

Fenlon,  John  W 

424  E Wis  Ave,  #103 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

AN 

Fernandez,  Pascual  B 

706  E Wis  Ave 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  739-3298 

HS  PS 
Finch,  David  R 

420  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-3100 

FP 

Freeby,  C William 

229  S Morrison  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  739-7479 

OS 

French,  George  A 

1827  N Racine  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)734-3660 

GP 

Gage,  Ralph  S 
314  Kimberly  Ave 
Kimberly  WI  54136 
(414)  788-1321 

GE  IM 
Geall,  Michael  G 
900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-9700 

OBG 

Giffin,  Walter  S 

401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

ORS 

Gmeiner,  James  E 

1560  Palisades  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

AN 

Gomilla,  Severino  G 
POB  384 

Appleton  WI  54912 
(414)  734-1126 

FP 

Grant,  Douglas  H 

401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-0171 

PD 

Graves,  Maury  D 
401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  739-0171 


PD 

Green,  Charles  J 

401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  739-0171 

R 

Grubb  Jr,  William  B 

424  E Wis  Ave,  #103 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-4213 

ORS 

Gunderson,  Finn  O 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-6611 

ORS 

Hagens,  Jerome  H 
1260  Valley  Rd 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

FP 

Haight,  Richard  O 

1523  Madison  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

GP 

Hale,  William  H 

424  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

OPH 

Hall,  Marvin  L 

612  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)733-4438 

CDS  TS 
Harding,  Harold  W 

59  Racine  St 
Menasha  WI  54952 

OBG 

Harris,  John  S 

506  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  739-0114 

GP 

Hauch,  Francis  M 

722  W Lawrence  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)733-6326 

ORS 

Hausserman,  Robert  L 

1260  Valley  Rd 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-3111 

R 

Hausserman,  Sue  A 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

IM 

Haza,  Bernard  J 

401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  W I 5491 1 
(414)  739-0171 

GP 

Heinen,  Robert  D 

120  Davis  St 
Stockbridge  WI  53088 
(414)439-1055 


60 


OUTAGAMIE 


P 

Hey  I,  Bruce  A 

610  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-9102 

FP 

Homburg,  Nancy  J 

401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-0171 

GP  CRS  RET 
Huberty,  Francis  J 
1 14  E Franklin  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)733-9246 

GP  PD 
Jeffrey,  James  S 
305  E 12th  St 
Kaukauna  WI 54130 
(414)  766-4656 

TR  R 

kademian,  Michael  T 

424  E Wis  Ave 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)738-2184 

D 

Kagen,  Marvin  S 

103  W College  Ave 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  733-5138 

P 

Keane,  Keith  M 

610  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  W I 54911 
(414)739-9102 

R 

Kennedy,  Ralph  O 

424  E Wis  Ave,  #103 
Appleton  W I 5491 1 
(414)739-4213 

OBG 

Kim,  Jin  Sik 

401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  739-0171 

R 

Kinde,  Robert  R 

424  E Wis  Ave,  #103 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

GS 

Kitzerow,  Earl  B 

401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  54911 
(414)739-0171 

EM 

Knoch  III,  Frederick  W 

445  Kittiver  Ct 
Neenah  WI  54956 

GP 

Knoedler,  William  H 

314  Kimberly  Ave 
Kimberly  WI  54136 
(414)788-1321 


IM  CD 

Koberstein,  Robert  C 

1602  N Meade  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  734-8837 

IM  ADM 

Kretzschmar,  Hanns  O 

4321  N Ballard  Rd 
Appleton  WI  54919 
(414)  734-5721 

FP 

Krueger,  Michael  A 

820  E Hancock  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  735-1200 

OTO 

Kwaterski,  Mitchell  F 

626  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)734-7181 

GP 

Laird,  James  W 

2418  S Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  733-5525 

R ON 

Larkin,  Dixon  F 

447  N 100  East,  #447 
Orem  UT  84057 

ORS 

Lindstrom,  John  R 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-6611 

EM 

Loescher,  Thomas  M 

2520  E Crestview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  734-6351 

D 

Luther,  Thomas  W 

215  S State  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  734-5967 

OPH 

McCanna,  Philip  R 

612  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)733-4438 

FP 

McKee,  Charles  A 
1523  S Madison  St 
Appleton  WI  54911 

PTH 

McKee,  Donald  C 

1506  S Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  54911 
(414)734-2700 

PTH 

Meighan,  Pearse  P 
1818  N Meade  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-4101 


IM 

Menet,  Richard  A 

401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

PD 

Merrick,  James  G 

1 108  Wylde  Green  Rd 
Iowa  City  IA  52240 

GP  GS 

Meyers,  Chester  L 
412  E Longview  Ave 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  734-8481 

FP 

Mich,  Gerald  R 

1523  S Madison  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

GS  AM 
Mielke,  Edward  F 

215  W Lawrence  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

CD 

Mielke,  John  E 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  54911 

PTH 

Moore,  Brian  P 

1818  N Meade  St,  D-Path 
Appleton  W I 54911 

OS  GS 
Moore,  F Mark 

265  N Park  Ave 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  738-2100 

GS  CD 

Mueller  Jr,  Gilbert  F 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-8131 

OPH 

Mueller,  Ross  A 

1620  N Meade  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)734-8714 

DR 

Murphy,  James  E 

424  E Wis  Ave,  #103 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

PD 

Nandyal,  Rajagopal  R 

401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

IM 

Nichols,  George  P 
424  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  54911 
(414)734-3865 

FP 

Noble,  N Carter 

120  Davis  St 
Stockbridge  WI  53088 


PM 

Pavasars,  Raimunds 

1028  E North  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)733-1389 

OBG 

Petersen,  George  J 

506  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-0114 

GS  VS 

Pier,  Philip  E 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-8131 

R 

Plouff,  Louis  T 

424  E Wis  Ave,  #103 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-4213 

FP 

Price,  David  L 

620  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  54911 
(414)734-4501 

U 

Querol,  Gabriel  J 

436  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  739-3537 

OBG 

Raney,  Eugene  H 
900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  735-0811 

GP  GS 

Rankin,  Ferdinand  J 

401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-0171 

CDS  TS 
Rattray,  Trevor  A 
900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-8131 

ORS 

Richards,  William  R 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-6611 

N 

Rieder,  Michael  J 

610  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)734-9197 

FP  EM 

Rosebrock,  Steven  T 

229  S Morrison  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414) 735-1200 

OTO 

Russell,  John  H 

612  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)733-4438 


PUD  R 
Russo,  John  G 
106  Hayes  St 
Kaukauna WI 54130 
(414)  766-1110 

IM  ON 
Ryan,  Thomas  A 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  54911 
(414)731-8135 

FP 

Salmon,  Douglas  D 
620  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  54911 
(414)  734-4501 

AN 

Salud,  Antonio  V 

706  E Wis  Ave 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-3298 

ORS 

Sargent,  James  M 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  731-6611 

OBG 

Savage,  George  W 
506  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-0114 

FP 

Schelble,  Thomas  C 
401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  54911 
(414)739-0171 

PS  HS 

Schinabeck,  Thomas  J 

900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-8131 

OBG 

Shahbandar,  Hassan 

1523  S Madison 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  731-3341 

OPH 

Shillinglaw,  John  A 

103  W College  Ave,  #305 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-3237 

AN 

Siegrist,  Kenneth  J 

POB  783 

Appleton  WI  5491 1 
OBG 

Smith,  C Gregory 
401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)  739-0171 

IM 

Smith,  Franklin  A 

4321  N Ballard  Rd 
Appleton  WI  54919 
(414)  734-5721 


OUTAGAMIE— OZAUKEE— PIERCE/ST  CROIX 


61 


GS 

Stanis,  George  R 
401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-0171 

IM  PUD 

Sullivan,  Cornelius  J P 

15242  Chalet  Dr 
San  Antonio  TX  78232 
(512)  494-4745 

OPH 

Sullivan,  Robert  D 

612  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)733-4438 

P 

Tatlock,  Thomas  W 

610  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-9102 

GP  GS 
Taylor,  Arthur  C 

103  W College  Ave 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

GP 

Van  Lieshout,  Francis  X 

126  E Main  St 

Little  Chute  WI  54140 

(414)788-3115 

PD 

Veum,  James  S 
401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-0171 

FP 

Wallace,  Charles  C 
401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-0171 

OTO 

Ward,  Richard  H 

626  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)734-7181 

TS  CDS 
Warner,  David  E 
900  E Grant  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)731-8131 

OPH 

Warren,  Jeffrey  L 

624  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  W I 54911 

FP 

Watson,  Christopher 

3007  N Drew  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

P 

Weissler,  Joseph  B 

610  E Longview  Dr 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-9102 


AN 

Wico  Jr,  Antonio  R 

1225  E Pauline  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)738-2611 

PD 

Williams,  Lloyd  P 

401  N Oneida  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 
(414)739-0171 

GP 

Wolfmeyer,  Waldemar 

301  E 12th  St 
Kaukauna  WI 54130 

AN 

Yang,  Kuang-Min 

706  E Wis  Ave 
Appleton  WI  54911 
(414)739-3298 

FP 

Young,  Joseph  J 

1718  N Viola  St,  POB85 
Appleton  WI  54912 
(414)  734-3210 

OPH 

Zeiss,  Edward  J 

1240  E Opechee  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

OPH 

Zeiss,  John  C 
1620  N Meade  St 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 


OZAUKEE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

FP 

Beecher,  Ann  C 

1 1516  N Pt  Washington 
Mequon  WI  53092 
(414)  241-5200 

ORS 

Bhatti,  Allah  W 

326  W Pierre  La 
Pt  Washington  WI  53074 
(414)  284-0266 

OPH 

Chemotti,  M Thomas 

N94  W6539  Fieldcrest 
Cedarburg  WI  53012 

PTH 

Conrad,  Arthur  B 

2403  N Harding 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

GP 

Dorr,  Robert  H 

650  Main  St 
Belgium  WI  53004 


GP  GS 
Elbe,  Ted  D 

143  Green  Bay  Rd 
Thiensville  WI  53092 
(414)  242-1120 

OBG 

Garay,  Fema  So 
326  W Pierre  La 
Pt  Washington  WI  53074 

OPH 

Garcia  Jr,  Arthur  F 

214  Green  Bay  Rd 
Thiensville  WI  53092 
(414)  242-5400 

OBG 

Handrich,  Thomas  A 

11 132  N Riverland  Ct 
Mequon  WI  53092 

FP 

Hare,  James  W 
W13  11516  N Port 
Washington  Rd 
Mequon  WI  53092 

GP 

Henkle,  Robert  F 

100  W Monroe  St 
Pt  Washington  WI  53074 
(414)  284-2631 

IM  PUD 
Hong,  Domingo  T 

1990  Wis  Ave 
Grafton  WI  53024 
(414)375-2305 

R 

Huckaby,  Audrey  L 

W53  N440  Park  Cir 
Cedarburg  WI  53012 

IM 

James,  Thomas  J 

326  W Pierre  La 
Pt  Washington  WI  53074 

GP 

Katz,  Henry  J 

POB  126 

Cedarburg  WI  53012 
RET 

Kauth,  Charles  P 

755  N Milwaukee  St 
Pt  Washington  WI  53074 
(414)  284-5146 

GP 

Kippenhan,  John  E 

131  RoseCt,  n 
Campbell  CA  95008 

FP 

Laufenburg,  Herbert  F 

N70  W6874  Bridge  Rd 
Cedarburg  WI  53012 
(414)377-7885 

PD 

Luib,  Oliva  A 

326  W Pierre  La 
Pt  Washington  WI  53074 
(414)  284-5338 


GS  CDS 

Mammen,  Aykarethu  O 

1971  Washington  St 
Grafton  WI  53024 

D 

Messer,  Peter  W 
2341  W Appletree  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)  377-4800 

GP 

Pelant,  Kenneth  F 

1240  13th  Ave 
Grafton  WI  53024 

FP 

Pfeffer,  Robert  A 

1 1 8 E Grand  Ave 
Pt  Washington  WI  53074 

GP 

Savage,  George  F 
125  N Franklin  St 
Pt  Washington  WI  53074 
(414)  284-2676 

GP 

Seidl,  Joseph  A 

3880  N Richards  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53212 
(414)  963-2261 

FP 

Shewczyk,  Thomas  J 

W62  N563  Wash  Ave 
Cedarburg  WI  53012 
(414)375-1580 

GS 

Wall,  Thomas 

326  W Pierre  La 
Pt  Washington  WI  53074 
(414)  284-4345 

GP 

Walsh,  John  F 

905  Hales  Tr 
Pt  Washington  WI  53074 

P 

Weffenstette,  Bruce  E 

N77  W5411  Bywater  La 
Cedarburg  WI  53012 


PIERCE 
ST  CROIX 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

FP 

Anderson,  Michael  D 

990  Curtis  St 
Baldwin  WI  54002 

IM  GP 

Anderson,  Myron  G 

226  Locust  St 
Hudson  WI  54016 
(715)386-2311 


FP 

Avestruz,  Alex  P 

Spring  Valley  WI  54767 
(715)  778-5591 

FP 

Avestruz,  Nerissa  L 
Spring  Valley  WI  54767 
(715)778-5591 

FP 

Beix,  James  R 
409  Spruce  St 
River  Falls  WI  54022 
(715)425-6701 

P 

Bhatnagar,  Vinod  K 

571 1 Oren  Ave  N 
Stillwater  MN  55082 
(715)246-6991 

IM 

Cornwall,  Milton  A 

327  S 7th  St 
Hudson  WI  54016 
(715)  386-2802 

GP 

Craig,  James  L 
W 8th  St 

New  Richmond  WI  54017 
(715)246-6911 

OBG 

Diefenbach,  Eugene  J 

226  Locust  St 
Hudson  WI  54016 
(715)  386-2311 

GP 

Docter,  Charles  W 
Plum  City  WI  54761 
(715)647-3641 

PD 

Docter,  John  C 

Rt  1 Box  108 
Arkansaw  WI  54721 

R 

Dohnalek,  Donald  W 

Rt  5 Box  228 

River  Falls  WI  54022 

(715)425-2952 

FP 

Domino,  Terry  G 

220  Vine  St 
Hudson  WI  54016 
(715)386-9381 

GS 

Drury,  Colin  J 

821  W 8th  St 

New  Richmond  WI  54017 
(715)  246-6911 

GP 

Drury,  Ernest  M 

91 1 W River  Dr 

New  Richmond  WI  54017 

(715)246-2081 


62 


PIERCE/ST  CROIX— POLK— PORTAGE 


GS 

Evans,  Michael  R 

409  Spruce  St 
River  Falls  WI  54022 
(715)425-6701 

GS 

Fermin,  Ruben  E 

226  Locust  St 
Hudson  WI  54016 
(715)  386-2311 

GP 

Grassl,  Ferdinand  O 

409  Spruce  St 
River  Falls  WI  54022 

FP 

Hammer,  Roland  M 

409  Spruce  St 
River  Falls  WI  54022 
(715)425-6701 

FP 

Hanson,  Bruce  G 

661  Parkview  Dr 
New  Richmond  WI  54017 

FP 

Haskins,  Paul  S 

409  Spruce  St 
River  Falls  WI  54022 

FP 

Hastings,  Vicki  L 
220  Vine  St 
Hudson  WI  54016 
(715)  386-9381 

FP 

Johnson  Jr,  Robert  B 

409  Spruce  St 
River  Falls  WI  54022 
(715)425-6701 

FP 

Jonas,  Eugene  R 
144  S Plum  St 
Ellsworth  WI  54011 
(715)  273-4341 

ORS 

Khan,  A Hamid 

535  Hospital  Rd 

New  Richmond  WI  54017 

(715)  246-2251 

FP 

Klaas,  Frederick  B 

241  N Broadway 

East  Ellsworth  WI  54010 

(715)273-4732 

FP  P 

Laney,  Howard  J 

1 19  Broad  St 
Prescott  WI  54021 
(715)262-3131 

GP 

Limberg,  Allen  W 

144  E Oak  St 
Glenwood  City  WI  54013 
(715)  265-4121 


GP 

Limberg,  Philip  W 

144  E Oak  St 
Glenwood  City  WI  54013 
(715)265-4121 

FP  U 

Lindahl,  Stephen  A 

220  Vine  St 
Hudson  WI  54016 

GP 

Melby,  Neal  A 
2014  Avon  St 
La  Crosse  WI  54601 

OBG 

Melich,  Paz  G 

146  W 2nd  St 

New  Richmond  WI  54017 

(715)246-6839 

GP  GS 

Olson,  Clifford  A 

920  Curtis  St 
Baldwin  WI  54002 
(715)  684-2919 

FP 

Palmquist,  James  C 

409  Spruce  St 
River  Falls  WI  54022 

FP 

Pope,  George  M 
Rt  2 Box  33 
River  Falls  WI  54022 

FP 

Powell,  Joseph  E 
441  E 7th  St 

New  Richmond  WI  54017 
(715)  246-6846 

GP 

Springer,  Frank  A 

Elmwood  WI  54740 

FP 

Stoy,  Robert  J 

220  Vine  St 
Hudson  WI  54016 
(715)  386-9381 

FP  GS 

Torkelson,  Leonard  B 

Baldwin  WI  54002 
(715)684-3326 

GP  GS 

Weisbrod,  Louis  W 

New  Richmond  WI  54017 
(715)246-6911 

FP 

Woeste,  David  M 

409  Spruce  St 
River  Falls  WI  54022 
(715)425-6701 


POLK 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP 

Arneson,  Orrin  N 

312  N Keller  Ave 
Amery  WI  54001 
(715)  268-7131 

FP 

Boyken,  Mark  E 

104  Adams  St  S 
St  Croix  Falls  WI  54024 

GP 

Byrne,  William  R 

127  Keller  Ave  N 
Amery  WI  54001 
(715)268-7191 

GP 

Campbell  Jr,  Lome  A 

165  3rd  St 

Clear  Lake  W I 54005 
(715)263-2350 

FP 

Dasler,  Herbert  A 

127  Keller  Ave  N 
Amery  WI  54001 
(715)  268-7191 

FP 

Elbing,  Paul  F 

127  N Keller  Ave 
Amery  WI  54001 
(715)268-7191 

GP  CD 

Fischer,  William  A 

502  Birch  St 
Frederic  WI  54837 
(715)327-8168 

FP 

Hanson,  Allen  S 

208  S Adams  St 

St  Croix  Falls  WI  54024 

(715)483-3221 

FP 

Kelsey,  David  P 

Rt  3 Box  53A 
Frederic  WI  54837 

FP 

Lagus,  Arne  T 

104  Adams  St  S 
St  Croix  Falls  WI  54024 

GP 

Marra,  Michael  T G 

318  Riverside  Blvd 
Amery  WI  54001 
(715)268-7596 

FP 

Nelson,  Leo  K 
104  Adams  St  S 
St  Croix  Falls  WI  54024 
(715)483-3221 

GS 

Olson,  Lloyd  L 

219  Day  Rd 

St  Croix  Falls  WI  54024 
(715)483-9987 


FP  IM 

Peterson,  Evan  H 

St  Croix  Falls  WI  54024 

GP 

Potek,  Arnold  S 

301  River  St 
Osceola  WI  54020 
(715)294-2116 

FP  AN 
Riegel,  Fred  B 

St  Croix  Falls  WI  54024 

FP 

Schroeder  Jr,  Daniel 

127  Keller  Ave  N 
Amery  WI  54001 
(715)268-7191 

GP 

Schwab,  Donald  F 

Frederic  WI  54837 
(715)327-4206 

GS 

Simenstad,  John  O 

301  River  St 
Osceola  WI  54020 
(715)294-2116 

FP 

Wegner,  Marwood  E 

208  Adams  St  S 

St  Croix  Falls  WI  54024 

(715)483-3221 

GP 

Whitlark,  Frederick  L 

309  Harriman  Ave  N 
Amery  WI  54001 
(715)268-7419 

FP 

Young,  William  W 

104  Adams  St  S 
St  Croix  Falls  WI  54024 


PORTAGE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

OPH 

Aldinger,  Karl  D 

2501  Main  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-4120 

OTO  OPH  RET 
Anderson,  George  H 
4217  Ridge  Ct 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)344-0943 

GP  PD 

Benn,  Vernard  A 

POB  127 

Rosholt  WI  54473 
(715)  677-4711 


OBG 

Bergin,  Steven  C 
2501  Main  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-4120 

IM 

Bickford,  Robert  H 

5976  Melrose  Ct 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)344-3120 

OBG 

Boehm  II,  Frederick  J 

122  N Wilshire  Dr 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 

GP 

Brick,  Daniel  L 

2501  Main  St 

Stevens  Point  WI  54481 

(715)344-4120 

FP 

Casebolt,  Donald  E 

1800  Sherman  Ave 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  341-0877 

ORS 

DeWeerd  jr<  James  H 

2501  Main  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-4120 

OTO 

Dunlap  II,  Roy  J 

508  Vincent  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  341-8001 

GS  TS 

Eckberg,  Richard  A 

2501  Main  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-4120 

R 

Enerson,  David  E 
1201  Soo  Marie  Ave 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)341-7717 

D 

Eskritt,  Nyles  R 
3508  E Maria  Dr 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)344-4573 

IM 

Gehin,  Francis  E 

2009  W River  Dr 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 

GP 

Gramowski,  Walter  A 

212  Sunrise  Ave 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)341-9141 

U 

Hacker,  Philip  K 

2501  Main  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-4120 


PORTAGE-PRICE/TAYLOR— RACINE 


63 


EM 

Hendrickson,  David  J 

900  Illinois  Ave 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 

GP  GS 
Iber,  Frank  C 

2402  Springville  Dr 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)344-3000 

OBG 

Jaeger,  Robert  J 

3291  Thompson  Ct 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  341-0590 

IM 

Jarabek,  Joseph  F 

2501  Main  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 

GP 

Johnson,  Donald  D 

1 800  N Point  Dr 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  346-7747 

P 

Kamstra,  Egbert 

1825  W Cottage  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  341-8277 

R 

Kessler,  Richard  A 

900  Illinois  Ave 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-4645 

ORS 

Kirsch,  John  M 

3426  E Maria  Dr 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)341-7970 

ORS 

Klasinski,  Clarence 

500  Vincent  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-0701 

R 

Kohn,  Albert  M 

900  Illinois  Ave 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 

ORS 

Kozisek,  John  A 

500  Vincent  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-0701 

OBG 

May,  Edwin  G 
2501  Main  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-4120 

PTH 

Milano,  Angelo 

900  Illinois  Ave 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 


PTH 

Miller  Jr,  Herbert  P 

900  Illinois  Ave 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  346-5050 

GP 

Miller,  James  D 

950  College  Ave 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)344-3684 

GP 

Miller,  Stanley  R 

950  College  Ave 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-3684 

OPH 

O’Malley,  Thomas  P 

2501  Main  St 

Stevens  Point  WI  54481 

(715)344-4120 

TRS  CDS 

Palaganas,  Bienvenido  C 
2501  Main  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-4120 

OBG 

Picconatto,  John  A 

122  N Wilshire  Dr 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 

IM  NEP 
Pringle,  David  L 

2501  Main  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-4120 

ORS 

Reichardt,  Fred  W 

1653  NW  19th  Circle 
Gainesville  FL  32605 

AN 

Schierl,  Anne  M G 
POB  308 

Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)344-8443 

IM 

Schneeberger,  E Michael 
2501  Main  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)344-4120 

PTH 

Sciarrone,  Francesco 
900  Illinois  Ave 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 

GP 

Sevenich,  James  R 

624  Isadore  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-5225 

FP 

Shaw,  Henry  H 
2501  Main  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 


GP  GS 

Sheehan,  W Clifford 

1025  Soo  Marie 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715) 344-6043 

GP 

Slater,  Robert  H 

2501  Main  St 

Stevens  Point  WI  54481 

(715)344-4120 

GS 

Sowka,  Albin  J 

1525  Main  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)  344-4142 

GP 

Sowka,  Paul  N 

3208  Alder  Ave 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 
(715)344-6908 

GS 

Wagner,  Thomas  R 

500  A Vincent  St 
Stevens  Point  WI  54481 


PRICE 

TAYLOR 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP 

Cameron,  Vinoo 

101  W Gibson  Ave 
Medford  WI  54451 

IM 

Frederick,  T Bay  ard 

205  Linden  St 
Park  Falls  WI  54552 
(715)  762-3212 

PD  AN 
Kanca,  Milan 

101  N Gibson  Ave 
Medford  WI  54451 
(715)748-2121 

GS 

Keuer,  James  R 

101  N Gibson  Ave 
Medford  WI  54451 

FP 

Lalich,  Roger  A (DO) 

101  N Gibson  St 
Medford  WI  54451 
(715)  748-2121 

FP 

Lofland,  Leo  J 

Rt  2 Box  107  A 
Ogema  WI  54459 
(715)767-4071 

U 


GP 

Meyer,  Walther  W 

101  N Gibson  St 
Medford  WI  54451 

GS 

Moscoso,  Romulo  P 

101  N Gibson  Ave 
Medford  WI  54451 
(715)748-2121 

RET 

Murphy,  James  L 

POB  190 

Park  Falls  WI  54552 
GP 

Niebauer,  Walter  E 

174  Avon  Ave 
Phillips  WI  54555 
(715)339-2332 

GP 

Oliveros,  Danilo  E 

101  N Gibson  Ave 
Medford  WI  54451 
(715)  740-2121 

GP 

Robinson  II,  James  K (DO) 

107  N Gibson  Ave 
Medford  WI  54451 
(715)748-5668 

GS 

Sargeant,  James  G 
500  Birch  St,  POB  450 
Park  Falls  WI  54552 
(715)762-2453 

IM 

Shah,  Dinesh  H 

101  N Gibson  Ave 
Medford  WI  54451 
(715)748-2376 

IM  GE 
Uhri,  Vladimir 

107  N Gibson  Ave 
Medford  WI  54451 
(715)748-5353 


RACINE 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

OBG 

Alexander,  A Charles 

1244  Wis  Ave,  #105 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  637-8314 

P 

Altenberg,  Barry  M 

1244  Wis  Ave,  #201 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  633-8245 


Meeter,  Urquhart  L 

Rt  3 Box  176C 
Medford  WI  54451 
(715)  748-5324 


D PH 

Anderson,  Clifford 

226  Wolff  St 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  639-7512 

OPH 

Anderson,  Robert  G 

500  Walton  Ave 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  637-7231 

P N 

Bacon,  Glenn  A 

807  16th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  634-8220 

OBG 

Bahzad,  Christobel  G 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

GP 

Baker,  David  J 

82166  Country  Club  Dr 
#9A 

Indio  CA  92201 
AN 

Barina,  Henry  J 

3456  N Wis  St 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  681-2900 

TS  CDS 
Bass  Jr,  James 
2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

IM 

Baumblatt,  Don  P 

834  Main  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  634-5050 

PTH 

Baylon,  Victoriano  A 

3801  Spring  St 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  636-4212 

OPH 

Brewer,  Gordon  W 

3435  Erie  St 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  639-2056 

IM 

Brooks,  Jerome  C 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 

PS  HS 

Brown,  Richard  J C 

5377  Hunt  Club  Rd 
Racine  WI  53402 

GP 

Bruton,  John  T 

807  16th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  637-4418 


64 


RACINE 


GS 

Burke,  Donald  R 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

U 

Chang,  Hark  C 

3803  Spring  St,  #203 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  632-6988 

ORS 

Christenson,  Charles  W 

500  Walton  Ave 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  637-5686 

GS 

Cohill,  Donald  F 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 

OPH 

Coveil,  Kermit  W 

214  Wolff  St 
Racine  WI  53402 

AN 

Currie,  Robert  E 

3162  Sycamore  Lane 
Billings  MT  59102 

NS 

Cushman,  S Marshall 

3831  Lighthouse  Dr 
Racine  WI  53402 

IM 

DeGroot,  Henry  E 
3803  Spring  St,  #305 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  632-9600 

FP 

Ellingstad,  Richard 

325  E Jefferson  St 
Burlington  WI  53105 
(414)763-3513 

PD 

Englander,  Stanley  M 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 

FP 

Erickson,  Lief  W 

325  E Jefferson  St 
Burlington  WI  53105 

ORS 

Ericson,  Huron  L 

12  Raven  Turn 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  634-0860 

GS 

Fazen  Jr,  Louis  E 

3803  Spring  St 
Racine  WI  53405 

GS  GPM 

Ferrazzano,  Gabriel  P 
1927  Belleair  Rd 
Clearwater  FL  33516 
(813)536-6894 


OBG 

Floch,  Louis  J 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-5000 

OTO 

Fogle,  Richard  J 

3803  Spring  St 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  632-4082 

PD 

Foreman,  John  W 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-9915 

OBG 

Fralich,  Joseph  C 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)632-7521 

GP 

Gander,  E Paul 

190  Gardner  Ave 
Burlington  WI  53105 

PD 

Gardetto,  Peter  A 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

OBG 

Gass,  Howard  I 
2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)632-7521 

GE  IM 

Geenen,  Joseph  E 

1333  College  Ave 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  637-7996 

IM 

Gierahn,  James  P 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

GS 

Gillett,  George  N 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-5000 

PD  NPM 
Glaspey,  John  C 
5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-5000 

PD 

Graf,  Alfred  E 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 

OBG 

Grant,  Arthur  B 

211  9th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  637-7614 


GP 

Grinney,  June  L C 

3803  Spring  St,  #105 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  634-6679 

OBG 

Grinney,  Leo  R 

3803  Spring  St,  #105 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)634-6679 

GP 

Haedike,  William  D 

620  15th  Ave 
Union  Grove  WI  53182 
(414)  878-1211 

ORS 

Hammes,  James  R 

500  Walton  Ave 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  637-5686 

GS  ORS 
Harris,  William  C 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

PD 

Henken,  William  F 

500  Walton  Ave 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  632-7109 

GP 

Jamieson,  John  G 

812  Main  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)632-2252 

R DR 

Johnson,  Howard  H 

5516  Acorn  Tr 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)681-1937 

P 

Johnson,  Paul  S 

211  9th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  632-0505 

AN 

Kaarakka,  Dili  F 

1 159  N Osborne  Blvd 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  637-5228 

NS 

Kanshepolsky,  Jose 

822  Wis  Ave 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)634-1909 

TS  CDS 
Khoja,  Sherali 
3801  Monarch  Dr 
Racine  WI  53406 

R 

Kim,  Byung  Hoon 

468  Windridge  Dr 
Racine  WI  53402 


R 

Kim,  Dai  Kap 

6600  Brook  Rd 
Franksville  WI  53126 
(414)  639-8504 

PTH 

Kim,  Soo  Yun 

16  Steeplechase  Dr 
Racine  WI  53402 

A 

Kim,  Zaezeung 
1300  S Green  Bay  Rd 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  632-5161 

TR 

Klein,  Kenneth  A 

8735  W Meadow  La 
Franklin  WI  53132 

GP  OBG 
Konnak,  William  F 

1315  Douglas  Ave 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  633-1723 

OPH 

Kontra,  Dennis  J 

5802  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-9100 

GP 

Kreul,  Randolph  W 

811  Main  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  633-9747 

AN 

Kreul,  William  R 

100  12th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  632-5119 

FP 

Krismer,  George  J 

325  E Jefferson  St 
Burlington  WI  53105 

IM 

Lane,  Jack  T 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-5000 

FP 

Larmore,  Gerry  K 

190  Gardner  Ave 
Burlington  WI  53105 
(414)  763-9121 

OBG 

LeCloux,  David  R 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-5000 

OPH 

Lehner,  Robert  H 

3 1 2-7th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  637-9615 


GS 

Leitschuh,  Robert  B 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 

EM  IM 

Linstroth,  John  W 

1131  Sherwood  La 
Caledonia  WI  53108 

NS  N 

Lippman,  Harry  H 

3803  Spring  St,  #102 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  634-2306 

IM  PUD 
Little  Jr,  William  J 

3803  Spring  St,  #104 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  632-7334 

OPH 

MacVicar  Jr,  Ernest  L 

500  Walton  Ave 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  637-8361 

GYN 

Madden,  William  J 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

GS 

Malinowski,  Rodney  W 

4606  W Johnson  Ave 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  886-5000 

CD  IM 

Martin,  Carroll  M 

1333  College  Ave 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  637-7996 

IM 

Mayer,  Richard  J 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)886-5000 

IM 

McHale,  Josiah  A 

315  Wolff  St 
Racine  WI  53402 

OBG 

Miller  Jr,  Donald  W 

477  Windridge  Dr 
Racine  WI  53402 

FP  RET 
Miller,  Hubert  C 

421  William  St 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  639-5575 

R 

Miller,  Paul  L 

1320  Wis  Ave 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  636-2311 

IM 

Minton,  Richard 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 


RACINE— RICHLAND 


65 


ORS 

Nelson,  Marvin  W 

837  Main  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  634-0860 

P CHP 
Newman,  Julian  J 

500  Walton  Ave 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  634-7119 

RET 

Nickelsen,  John  R 

823  Perry  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  633-9157 

PTH 

Oberdorfer,  Claude  E 

1320  SWis  Ave 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  636-2205 

IM 

Odders,  Richard  N 

4010  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  886-5000 

PD 

Ortwein,  Robert  K 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-5000 

U 

Palm,  Robert  A 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

IM  OS 

Parker,  Marvin  G 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-5000 

D 

Patton,  Charles  H 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

D GP 

Pechman,  Kenneth  J 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 

GP 

Petersen,  James  J G 
309  4th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  633-7705 

GS 

Pinkus,  Walter  H 

834  Main  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  634-7015 

GP  GS 

Postorino,  Joseph  D 

3803  Spring  St,  #107 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  632-3973 


R NM 

Qazi,  Mohammad  H A 

1320  Wis  Ave 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  636-2311 

IM 

Quirk,  Russell  A 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

NS 

Rafiullah,  Mohammed 

3001  Michigan  Blvd 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  637-6106 

IM 

Raine,  Charles  H 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

AN 

Reyes  Jr,  Jose  E 
911  16th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 

GP 

Rothenmaier,  Glenway  L 

1700  C A Becker  Dr 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  634-0422 

GP 

Sampica,  Gerald  J 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-5000 

PD 

Satchie,  Michael  A 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)632-7521 

GS 

Schacht,  Edmund  W 

1 Deepwood  Dr 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  639-3496 

GP 

Scheible,  Frank  J 

632  High  St 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  634-1224 

GP 

Scheller,  Robert  F 

807  16th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  637-4418 

GP  IM 

Schenkenberg,  Grace  E 
504  14th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  632-3353 

GP 

Schleper,  Albin  J 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 


P 

Schroeder,  Harold  T 

500  Walton  Ave 
Racine  WI  53402 

CD 

Schuller,  Gert  J 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

PTH 

Schuster,  Myron 

3801  Spring  St 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  636-4212 

GE 

Shaffer,  Robert  D 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-5000 

IM 

Shanahan,  Michael  B 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 

IM  CD 

Short,  Howard  W 

1333  College  Ave 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  637-7996 

IM  NEP 
Siddiqi,  Sultan  H 

3803  Spring  St,  #304 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  633-6767 

GS 

Siegert,  Robert  F 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-5000 

R 

Simonsen,  Thomas  E 

3635  Daisy  La 
Racine  WI  53405 

OPH 

Singh,  Kanwar  A 

POB  1677 
Racine  WI  53401 

PTH 

Singh,  Satnam 
5045  Windpoint  Dr 
Racine  WI  53402 

GP  IM 
Skow,  George  D 
5837  16th  St 
Racine  WI  53406 

GP 

Skupniewicz,  Raymond  E 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-5000 

GS 

Smith,  Lawrence  W 

904  Orchard  St 
Racine  WI  53405 


GS 

Smollen,  William  J 

913  Main  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  637-6270 

CLP  FP 

Sooknandan,  Ghonsham 

809  16th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  637-6172 

AN 

Stefanowicz,  Helena  P K 

309  11th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 

OBG 

Steffen,  Elizabeth  A 

734  Lake  Ave 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  637-8311 

IM  GPM 
Stewart,  Richard  D 

5337  Wind  Point  Rd 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  631-3675 

U 

Stika,  Edward  A 

3803  Spring  St,  #103 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)637-5000 

IM  HEM  ON 
Stone,  William  H 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-5000 

R NM 

Strimling,  Arnold  M 

3733  S Lane 
Franksville  WI  53126 

CD  IM 
Tierney,  James  F 

1333  College  Ave 
Racine  WI  53403 
(414)  637-7996 

GS 

Tiffany  II,  Joseph  C 

3803  Spring  St 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)632-1208 

P N 

Tomkiewicz,  Ralph  E 

312  7th  St,  #302 
Racine  WI  53403 

N 

Tsuchiya,  Goro 
' 312  7th  St 
Racine  WI  53403 

DR  R 

Udesky,  Richard  H 

3801  Spring  St 
Racine  WI  53405 

OTO 

Veranth,  Jerome  J 

5605  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)  886-9411 


U 

Wadhwani,  Indur  B 

3803  Spring  St,  #204 
Racine  WI  53406 
(414)633-3323 

FP 

Wheaton,  Robert  C 

190  Gardner  Ave 
Burlington  WI  53105 

OBG 

Wilczynski,  Joseph  R 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 

GP 

Williamson,  Warren  H 

500  Walton  Ave 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  633-3070 

IM  NEP 
Wilz,  Donald  R 

5625  Washington  Ave 
Racine  WI  53406 

IM  GE 
Wright,  Lewis  E 

2405  Northwestern  Ave 
Racine  WI  53404 
(414)  632-7521 

AN 

Yasatan,  Nasip  H 
505  Mulberry  La 
Racine  WI  53402 
(414)  639-8570 

FP 

Yllas,  Santiago  L 

3803  Spring  St,  #306 
Racine  WI  53405 
(414)  633-3567 


RICHLAND 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

FP 

Bard,  Neil  N 

1313  W Seminary  St 
Richland  Center  WI  53581 
(608)  647-2594 

FP 

Edwards,  Richard  W 

1313  W Seminary  St 
Richland  Center  WI  53581 
(608)647-6161 

GP 

Glise  Jr,  Roy  C 

1313  W Seminary  St 
Richland  Center  WI  53581 

FP 

Jordan,  John  C 

1313  W Seminary  St 
Richland  Center  WI  53581 
(608)647-6161 


66 


RICHLAND— ROCK 


GS 

Kelertas,  Julius  H 

1313  W Seminary  St 
Richland  Center  W1  53581 

GP 

Meyer,  Kilian  H 

1313  W Seminary  St 
Richland  Center  W1  53581 
(608)  647-6161 

GP 

Pippin,  L Maramon 

1313  W Seminary  St 
Richland  Center  WI  53581 
(608)  647-6161 

IM 

Sinnett,  Dale  F 
Rt  4 

Richland  Center  Wl  53581 
(608)647-6161 

FP 

Smith,  Robert  P 

1313  W Seminary  St 
Richland  Center  WI  53581 
(608) 647-6161 

GP 

Spear,  Jack  I 

1313  W Seminary  St 
Richland  Center  WI  53581 

GP 

Taft,  Donald  J 

POB  649 

Richland  Center  WI  53581 

IM  GE 

Tischer,  E Paul 

POB  54 

Evansville  IN  47701 
FP 

Tydrich,  James  J 

1313  W Seminary  St 
Richland  Center  WI  53581 
(608)647-6161 

IM 

Wisniewski,  Gerald  R 

1289  W Seminary  St 
Richland  Center  WI  53581 
(608)  647-4422 


ROCK 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 


PD 

Adamski,  Gary  B 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 

IM 

Ajdukovich,  Craig  S 
5 W Rollin  St 
Edgerton  WI  53534 


U 

Apfelbach,  G Leonard 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  Wl  53545 
(608)756-7100 

R 

Babb, John  L 

2422  Riverside  Dr 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  365-6449 

ORS  RET 
Baldwin,  Raymond  M 

2563  Riverside  Dr 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  362-2438 

CRS  GS 
Behrens,  Susan  F 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  364-2230 

U 

Beltran,  Juan  C 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  535 1 1 

OBG 

Bennett  II,  Paul 

2618  E Collingswood  Dr 
Beloit  WI  53511 

AN  RET 
Betlach,  Dorothy  W 

2520  Linden  Ave 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  754-3936 

R NM 

Betlach,  Eugene  H 
2520  Linden  Ave 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  754-2002 

ORS 

Bodley,  Don  H 

510  N Terrace 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)756-0391 

ON  IM 

Brandman,  James  F 

580  N Washington 
Janesville  WI  53545 

IM  GE 

Brandt,  William  N 

POB  551 

Janesville  WI  53545 
FP  OS 

Brillman,  Lester  P 

203 1 Riverside  Dr 
Beloit  WI  535 1 1 

PD 

Burandt,  Donald  C 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  5351  1 
(608)  364-2220 

GP  RET 
Burdick,  Harvey  L 
POB  66 

Milton  WI  53563 
(608)  868-7653 


GP 

Carney,  Cyril  M 
2001  E Ridge  Rd 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  365-5069 

GS  RET 
Carter,  Kenneth  L 

2433  Field  Crest  Rd 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  365-7683 

IM 

Chancey,  Robert  L 
1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  535 11 

OPH 

Charnecki,  George 
101  E Milwaukee  St,  #402 
Janesville  WI  53545 

AN 

Choung,  Steven  S 
2657  Austin  PI 
Beloit  WI  5351  1 
(608) 365-7451 

GP 

Clark,  Daniel  M 

91 1 Blackhawk  Blvd 
Rockton  IL  61072 
(815)624-2595 

GP 

Cohen,  David  A 
101 1 N Main  St 
Edgerton  WI  53534 
(608)  884-3354 

OBG 

Criswell,  David  K 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  5351  1 
(608)  364-2200 

AN 

Danocup,  Roberto  J 

3203  Rose  Ct 
Beloit  WI  535 1 1 

FP 

Darrow,  Gregory  L 
POB  1699 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  752-7803 

AN 

Dodge,  Robert  K 

526  Logan  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  752-4380 

OPH 

Druckrey,  Gerald  R 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  5351  1 
(608)  364-2204 

OM 

Durkee,  Paul  F 

POB  629 

Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)756-7916 


GS 

Falk,  Steven  L 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 

GS 

Falk  Jr,  Victor  S 

5 West  Rollin  St 
Edgerton  WI  53534 
(608)  884-3371 

GP  IM 

Farnsworth,  Richard  W 

1324  E Racine  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)756-2712 

IM  GE 
Fass,  Steven  J 
1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  364-0002 

IM 

Fitzgerald,  William  M 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  364-2200 

GP  GS 

Flarity,  Thomas  H 

622  Olympia  Blvd 
Beloit  WI  53511 

PTH 

Frank,  Jordon 

1969  W Hart  Rd 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  362-5642 

IM 

Frazer,  Samuel  L 

580  N Washington  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  755-3500 

P 

Frechette,  Paul  F 

101  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)754-8191 

PD 

Freeman,  William  S 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  5351  1 

IM 

From,  Leland  J 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  535 11 

AN 

Glesne,  Orvin  G 

Rt  3 Box  166 
Miltona  MN  56354 
(612) 834-2623 

PD 

Goelzer,  Mark  L 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-7230 


IM 

Gold,  Kenneth  I 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  364-2240 

FP  OS 

Gordon,  Michael  C 
POB  1055 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  754-2264 

FP 

Gray,  Roger  S 
1 1 W Church  St 
Evansville  WI  53536 
(608)  882-5170 

ORS 

Gredler,  Gerald  P 

510  N Terrace 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)756-0391 

IM 

Gutmann,  George  E 

580  N Washington  Ave 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  755-3500 

R 

Hansen,  Thomas  R 

1000  Mineral  Point  Ave 
Janesville  WI  53545 

FP 

Hartlaub,  Eugene  S 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)756-7100 

DR 

Hatch,  James  L 

1029  Parkridge  Rd 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-0090 

ORS 

Hebble,  William  M 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 

OBG 

Holland,  Robert  A 

2326  Tradition  La 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-7200 

FP  OTO 
Holmes,  John  F 

24  Hilltop  Dr 
Milton  WI  53563 

ORS  IM 
Huizenga,  Roger  E 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 

IM 

Jhocson,  Antonio  L 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  5351  1 
(608)  364-2200 


ROCK 


67 


OBG 

Job,  Edward  J 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-7283 

GS 

Karzel,  Ronald  P 

580  N Washington  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  755-3500 

GS 

Katz,  Mayer 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  364-2230 

IM  GE 
Keller,  Francis  L 

1026  Laramie  La 
Janesville  WI  53545 

GS  CDS 
Khanna,  Trilok  S 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 

EM 

Knepel,  Donald 

1000  Mineral  Point  Ave 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-6611 

OBG 

Kochell,  Richard  L 

2020  E Milwaukee  Rd 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-7286 

GP 

LaBreche,  Michael  J 
POB  351 

Janesville  WI  53545 
OPH 

Lakritz,  Amrum 

580  N Washington  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  755-3500 

OPH 

Lakritz,  Leo  W 

1517  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  362-3665 

IM 

Lang,  Thomas  J 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 

D 

Levin,  Harlan  M 

408  S River  St,  #207 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  754-5525 

CD  IM 
Lim,  Roger  G 
1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  535 11 

PD 

Madan,  Nalina 

101 1 N Main  St 
Edgerton  WI  53534 


IM 

Madan,  Suresh  K 

3927  Springhill  Dr 
Janesville  WI  53545 

R 

Matzke,  Robert  F 

1000  Mineral  Point  Ave 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)756-2511 

ORS 

McCall,  Thomas  G 

510  N Terrace  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-0391 

GP 

McNair,  Edward  R 

120  S Center  St 
Orfordville  WI  53576 

IM 

McNichols,  Edwin  F 

3M  Center  Bldg,  #515-1 
St  Paul  MN  55101 

P 

McSweeny,  Austin  J 

415  Dodge  St,  POB  897 
Janesville  WI  53547 
(608)  752-9254 

OBG 

Miller,  Edward  C 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 

PD 

Nagle,  Bruce  K 

580  N Washington  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  755-3500 

PD 

Neeno,  Katsumi 

580  N Washington  Ave 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608) 755-3500 

OBG 

Nienhuis,  Herman  D 

221  W Court  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 

PD 

Nowak,  Blaine  B 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 

OBG 

O’Brien,  James  N 

580  N Washington  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 

ORS 

Odland,  Paul  K 

510  N Terrace  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)756-0391 

R 

Onderak,  Edward  P 

1969  W Hart  Rd 
Beloit  WI  5351  1 
(608)  364-5266 


RET 

Otterholt,  Erland  R 

2428  Apache  Ct 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  754-9323 

GP 

Overton,  Richard  S 

58  S Main  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  754-7925 

OPH 

Pember,  John  F 

POB  429 

Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  754-7781 

IM 

Peterson,  Daniel  T 

580  N Washington  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 

U 

Plautz  Jr,  Arthur  C 

580  N Washington  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 

GS 

Pollard  Jr,  William  H 

419  Pleasant  St 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  362-3453 

GP  OBG 
Pruett,  William  A 

203 1 Riverside  Dr 
Beloit  WI  535 11 

IM 

Purdy,  Marshall  F 

23  W Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  752-4924 

AN 

Qui,  Felipe  L 

2151  Crittenden  Dr 
Beloit  WI  53511 

EM  GS 

Ramadasan,  Pokkanassery 
1748  Oakleaf  Dr 
South  Beloit  IL  61080 

FP 

Ranola,  Pedro  O 

5 W Rollin  Ave 
Edgerton  WI  53534 
(608)  884-3371 

IM  NEP 
Rao,  Ramachandra 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)756-7100 

GP  AN  RET 
Rau,  Esther  L 

1317  Bennett  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  752-4439 

GP 

Reinardy,  Arthur  L 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)756-7100 


GS 

Reinardy,  Everett  W 

601  Shreve  St 
Banuan  Pt,  #14- A 
Punta  Gorda  FL  33950 
(814)  639-6080 

OTO 

Rowe,  David  S 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-7100 

GS  TS 

Russo,  Francis  R 

580  N Washington  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  755-3500 

GP  GS 
Saladar,  Rafael  S 
2031  Riverside  Dr 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  362-8464 

GP 

Salvador,  Fernando  E 

2031  Riverside  Dr 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)362-9221 

OBG 

Sanderson,  Richard  J 

Rt  3 POB  151 

Hot  Springs  AR  71901 

IM 

Sargeant,  Thomas  S 

580  N Washington  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  755-3500 

OBG 

Scholton  Jr,  Walter  A 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  535 1 1 
(608)  364-2200 

PD  RET 
Schroder,  John  R 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 

FP 

Schroeder,  Jack  D 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-7100 

GS  GP 

Shearer,  Charles  E 
1011  N Main  St 
Edgerton  WI  53534 

.GS  GP 
Shearer,  Thomas  M 
1011  N Main  St 
Edgerton  WI  53534 
(608)  884-3354 

GS 

Sholl,  P Richard 

POB  551 

Janesville  WI  53545 


IM 

Smith,  David  A 

23  W Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  752-4924 

OS 

Snodgrass,  Herbert  M 

5031  Knollwood  Dr 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  754-9088 

OBG 

Spooner,  Myron  G 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 

GP  PH 

Springberg,  Joseph  C 
POB  687 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  362-3510 

PTH 

Teruel,  Serafin  B 

1969  W Hart  Rd 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  362-5642 

ORS 

Thomas,  Jeffrey  C 
2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-7100 

GS 

Tordoff,  John  J 

5215  Marsh  Creek  Rd 
Janesville  WI  53545 

ORS 

Traudt,  William  S 

2388  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee  WI  5321 1 

GP 

Tregoning,  Paul  C 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-7100 

ORS 

Tuftee,  Allen  O 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 

OTO 

Twyman,  Allen  H 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 

FP 

Vitacca,  Rocco  J 
POB  1699 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  752-7803 

PD 

Werner,  Stephen  C 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)756-7100 

FP 

West,  William  P 

2020  E Milwaukee  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  756-7237 


68 


ROCK— RUSK— SAUK— SAWYER— SHAWANO 


A IM 

Wiseman,  Terrance  L 

580  N Washington  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)  755-3500 

GS  TS 

Woodington,  George  F 

1905  Huebbe  Pkwy 
Beloit  WI  53511 
(608)  364-2200 

IM 

Zajac,  Dorothy  J 

60  S River  St 
Janesville  WI  53545 
(608)754-6017 


RUSK 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 


GS  CDS 
Bachir,  Joseph  S 

906  W College  Ave 
Ladysmith  WI  54848 
(715)  532-6651 

GP 

Bauer,  William  B A J 

417  W 4th  St  N 
Ladysmith  WI  54848 
(715)532-6073 

FP 

Bennett,  Ralph  P 

906  W College  Ave 
Ladysmith  WI  54848 
(715)532-6651 

FP 

Chatterton,  Howard  T 

906  W College  Ave 
Ladysmith  WI  54848 
(715)532-6651 

IM 

Desbiens,  Norman  A 

906  W College  Ave 
Ladysmith  WI  54848 
(715)532-6651 

PD 

Johnson,  Raymond  R 

906  W College  Ave 
Ladysmith  WI  54848 
(715)  532-6651 

FP 

Nash,  Richard  G 

906  W College  Ave 
Ladysmith  WI  54848 
(715)532-6651 

IM 

Romeis,  Richard  J 

906  W College  Ave 
Ladysmith  WI  54848 
(715)532-6651 


RET 

Whalen,  Maurice  L 
Bruce  WI  54819 
(715)  868-2421 

FP 

Ziemer,  John  L 

906  College  Ave  W 
Ladysmith  WI  54848 


SAUK 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP  GE 

Carlson,  Haakon  P 

55  Prairie  Ave 
Prairie  du  Sac  WI  53578 

FP 

Damos,  James  R 

1 900  N Dewey  Ave 
Reedsburg  WI  53959 
(608)  524-6477 

GS 

De  Giovanni,  John  A 

55  Prairie  Ave 
Prairie  du  Sac  WI  53578 

FP 

Galarnyk,  Ihor  A 

Plain  WI  53577 
(608)  546-4211 

GS 

Hammer,  Edwin  J 

703  14th  St 
BarabooWI  53913 
(608)  356-6656 

GP 

Hansel,  Robert  G 

131  Monroe  St 
BarabooWI  53913 
(608)  356-5675 

FP 

Holmen,  Gerald  J 

703  14th  St 
BarabooWI  53913 
(608) 356-6656 

GP 

Huth,  Melvin  F 

203  4th  St 
BarabooWI  53913 
(608)  356-4777 

FP 

Kempthorne,  Gerald  C 

POB  466 

Spring  Green  WI  53588 
(608)  588-2502 

GP 

Knight,  Robert  G 

1900  N Dewey 
Reedsburg  WI  53959 
(608)  524-6477 


FP 

Koch,  John  J 

55  Prairie  Ave 
Prairie  du  Sac  WI  53578 

FP 

Koontz,  Robert  J 

1900  N Dewey  Ave 
Reedsburg  WI  53959 

FP 

Kuter,  David  P 

703  14th  St 
BarabooWI  53913 
(608)  356-6656 

FP 

Lewis,  James  M 
703  14th  St 
Baraboo  WI  53913 
(608)  356-6656 

FP 

Midthun,  Thomas  T 

703  14th  St 
BarabooWI  53913 
(608)  356-6656 

FP 

Moede,  James  G 

2510  Grandview  Rd 
Fond  du  Lac  WI  54935 

FP 

Mortimore,  Robert  H 

1 900  N Dewey  Ave 
Reedsburg  WI  53959 

GP 

Pawlisch,  Otto  V 

160  Main  St 
Reedsburg  WI  53959 

GP  GS 

Pearson,  Carlyle  R 
POB  169 

Baraboo  WI  53913 
(608)  356-3984 

GS 

Queniahan,  Leandro  M 

POB  58 

Baraboo  WI  53913 
(608)  356-9455 

FP 

Schonfeld,  Michael  R 

1900  N Dewey  Ave 
Reedsburg  WI  53959 

FP 

Siebert,  John  T 

703  14th  St 
Baraboo  WI  53913 
(608)  356-6656 

GP  GS 

Simeon,  Rodolfo  G 

118  Main  St 
Reedsburg  WI  53959 
(608)524-6451 

GP 

Stadel,  Ernest  V 
POB  376 

Reedsburg  WI  53959 


FP 

Vangor,  Donald  W 

703  14th  St 
BarabooWI  53913 
(608)  356-6656 

GS 

Van  Tuyl,  John  R 

1225  Pineview  Dr 
Reedsburg  WI  53959 
(608)  524-4359 

GS  GP 

Vergara  Jr,  Victor  G 

1900  N Dewey  St 
Reedsburg  WI  53959 
(608)  524-6441 

FP 

Zauft,  Gibbs  W 

55  Prairie  Ave 

Prairie  du  Sac  WI  53578 

(608)643-3351 


SAWYER 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 


GP 

Baertsch,  Lloyd  M 

Rt  6,  Box  700 
Hayward  WI  54843 
(715)634-2681 

IM  RET 

Callaghan,  Desmond  H 

Rt  8,  Box  67 
Hayward  WI  54843 
(715)634-2526 

GP 

Hussa,  John  F 
Rt  6,  Box  700 
Hayward  WI  54843 
(715)634-2681 

N 

Sahs,  Martin  H 
POB  72 

Hayward  WI  54843 
(715)634-2622 

GP 

Smars  Jr,  Gunnar  A 

Rt  6 Box  700 
Hayward  WI  54843 

GP 

Strapon  III,  Paul 

Rt  6,  Box  700 
Hayward  WI  54843 
(715)634-2681 


SHAWANO 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP 

Albright,  John  J 

610  W Green  Bay 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)526-3137 

GP  OBG 
Arvold,  David  S 

1 17  E Green  Bay  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)524-2161 

GP 

Bergmann,  Franklyn  T 

610  W Green  Bay  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)  526-3137 

FP 

Bostwick,  Allon  E 
1 17  E Green  Bay  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 

GS 

Cantwell  Jr,  Arthur  A 

117  E Green  Bay  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)524-2161 

GP 

Coan,  William  A 

610  W Green  Bay  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)526-3137 

FP 

Harms,  Ronald  L 

1 17  E Green  Bay  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)  524-2161 

FP 

Hart,  John  D 

117  E Green  Bay  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)524-2161 

GP  GS 

Jeffries,  Donald  A 

1 17  E Green  Bay  Ave 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)  524-2161 

GP 

Litzen,  Floyd  L 
Gresham  WI  54128 
(715)787-4478 

FP 

Logemann,  Ronald  L 

1 1 7 E Green  Bay  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)  524-2161 

FP 

Petty,  Ralph  D 

1 1 7 E Green  Bay  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)524-2161 

GP  GS 

Schulz,  Donald  W 

610  W Green  Bay  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)526-3137 


SHAWANO— SHEBOYGAN 


69 


GP 

Sebesta,  Alois  J 

126 Vi  S Main  St,  POB  360 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)  526-3313 

FP 

Stoughton,  Richard  R 

1 17  E Green  Bay  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)  524-2161 

GP 

Stuff,  Patricia  J 
POB  366 

Bonduel  WI  54107 
(715)758-2167 

GP 

Tauke,  Ralph  E 

Tigerton  WI  54486 
(715)535-2115 

FP 

Thomas,  Thomas  J 

1 17  E Green  Bay  St 
Shawano  WI  54166 
(715)524-2161 


SHEBOYGAN 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

OBG 

Ashby,  Arved  O 
1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

OPH 

Aymond,  David  K 

522  Grant  Ave 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-4652 

OBG 

Batzner,  David  J 

POB  944 

Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-3713 

FP 

Beiersdorf , Rieck  W 
1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

FP 

Brauer,  Warren  A 

528  Evergreen  Pkwy 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

GP 

Brickbauer,  Arthur  J 

40  Stafford  St 
Plymouth  WI  53073 
(414)  892-7021 

D 

Bringe,  James  W 

2708  N 7th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  452-8831 


DR  R 

Campbell,  Richard  L 

721  Oak  Tree  Rd 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(612)  459-8160 

PTH 

Cyrus  Jr,  Andrew  E 

1601  N Taylor  Dr 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  459-4658 

IM 

Deleon  III,  Manuel  C 

708  St  Clair  Ave 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

ORS 

De  Roos,  Jan  P 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

PTH 

Dick,  Herman  J 

5666  E Hampton  St,  #245 
Tucson  AZ  85712 
(602)  886-2676 

IM 

Eckardt,  Burnell  F 

1226  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-3581 

IM 

Evers,  Raymond  H 
Rt  4 Rocky  Knoll 
Plymouth  WI  53073 
(414)  893-6441 

OBG 

Fernandez,  Pedro  B 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

OTO 

Fleming,  Paul  M 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

FP 

Forkner,  William  A 

POB  56 

Kohler  WI  53044 
(414)  458-0044 

R 

Gerend,  Jacob  M 

705  Oak  Tree  Rd 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-0050 

OPH 

Gloeckner,  Earl  G 

3004  N 25th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-3417 

ORS 

Gore,  Donald  R 

1 226  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-3791 


U 

Graf,  Christopher  A 

1720  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4858 

AN  EM 
Haas,  Richard  A 

1 1 107  N Lake  Shore  Ln 
Mequon  WI  53092 

IM 

Hancock,  Curtis  W 
1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

GP 

Hansen,  Horace  J 
Rt  2 Mill  Rd 

Sheboygan  Falls  WI  53085 
(414)467-3477 

AN 

Harvey,  Donald  J 
Rt  4 

Sheboygan  Falls  WI  53085 
FP 

Heinz,  Harold  N 

1030  Leisure  World 
Mesa  AZ  85206 
(602)  981-2681 

IM 

Helminiak,  Robert  A 

101 1 N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

U 

Hermann,  John  P 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

AN 

Hess  Jr,  George  L 
1521  Kaufmann  Ave 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  459-4728 

GS 

Hidde,  Frederick  G 

714  North  Ave 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

D 

Hildebrand,  James  F 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

P 

Hizon,  Josefina  L 

607  N 8th  St,  #358 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-4361 

GS  RET 
Hoon,  James  R 
1530  N 9th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)457-3791 


P N 

Houfek,  Edward  E 

607  N 8th  St,  #358 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-4361 

GP 

Huibregtse,  Willard  G 

3730  N 12th  PI 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-5963 

PTH  CLP 
Bahi,  Fazal 

2629  N 7th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

P 

Jochimsen,  Earl  H 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

AN 

Jumes,  Marvin  G 
Rt  1 

Sheboygan  WI  53081 

IM  GER 
Kalchthaler,  T J (DO) 

1902  Mead  Ave 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

IM 

Kapur,  Chandra 

Hwy  23  E 

Plymouth  WI  53073 
FP 

Keller,  Robert  A 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

IM 

Kerpe,  Vytas  K 

1226  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  452-6000 

PTH 

Klettke,  Roger  G 
1601  N Taylor  Dr 
Sheboygan  W I 53081 
(414)  459-4658 

GP 

Kovacic,  Joseph  F 
1155  Oleander  Dr 
Naples  FL  33940 

IM 

Kuplic,  James  B 

1226  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  W I 53081 
(414)  458-9041 

OPH 

Larson,  Christopher 

1442  N 31st  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  452-5400 

GS 

Lisberg,  Kenneth  J 

1226  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  452-4911 


OTO  PS 
Louden,  Richard  K 

1720  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)457-2100 

GP 

Malewiski,  Larry  J 

1930  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-3508 

GP  OBG 
Marsho,  Bernard  S 

904  N 9th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4438 

FP 

Marsho,  Patrick  R 

904  N 9th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4438 

IM  CD 
Mason,  Paul  B 

407  Clement  Ave 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-9022 

GS 

McRoberts,  Jerry  W 

3602  N 21st  St,  #207 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

IM  US 

Michael,  James  D 
1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  452-8480 

R 

Misch,  Allen 
31 1 1 N Koning  Dr 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

IM 

Mockert  Jr,  Thomas 

1720  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-0044 

PD  HEM 
Mohammad,  Ghulam 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

AN  RET 

Moir,  Jane  M 
Rt  1 

Oostburg  WI  53070 
(414)  668-8962 

U 

Moran,  Michael  J 

1720  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4858 

AN 

Morgenweck,  Cynthiane  J 

522  Grant  Ave 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-4652 


70 


SHEBOYGAN— TREMPEALEAU/JACKSON/BUFFALO— VERNON 


IM  GE 

Moulton,  Jonathan  V 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)457-4461 

IM 

Mueller,  Howard  A 

2629  N 7th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)457-5033 

GS  TS 

Nause,  Frederick  P 

1720  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4858 

ORS 

Northup,  Cole  S 
1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

FP 

Northup,  Cynthia  P 

101 1 N 8th  Ave 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)457-4461 

GS 

Ohme,  Donald  D 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

PD  PDA 
Opel,  D Douglas 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

FP 

Pawlak,  James  R 

904  N 9th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)457-4438 

GP  ABS 
Perez,  Pablo  M 

133  E Mill  St 
Plymouth  WI  53073 

OPH 

Pointer,  Robert  W 

1442  N 31st  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-3782 

GS 

Pratt,  Dean  B 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)457-4461 

PD 

Pratt,  Sarah  J 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

OBG 

Quinn,  Garry  A 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 


FP  GS 

Rammer  Jr,  Martin  A 

1930  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

PD 

Reinemann,  John  M 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)457-4461 

OM 

Rowe,  Donald  M 

Kohler  Co,  Highland  Dr 
Kohler  WI  53044 
(414)  457-4441 

ORS  HS 

Schaefer,  Wendelin  W 

904  N 9th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)452-5320 

OPH  OTO 
Schott,  Edward  G 
1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

GS  CRS 
Schroeder,  Irvin  L 

210  Selma  St 
Plymouth  WI  53073 
(414)  893-0558 

IM  CD 

Schwalbach,  John  F 
1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

OTO 

Sciarra,  Paschal  A 
1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

DR 

Scott,  Robert  J 

2809  N 7th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

ORS 

Sellinger,  D Scott 

1226  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)458-3791 

P N 

Shah,  Asghar  A 
1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)457-4461 

PD 

Simonson,  Rolf  L 
1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)457-4461 

FP 

Steffan,  Lloyd  J 

1000  Eastern  Ave 
Plymouth  WI  53073 
(414)  893-1411 


ORS  HS 
Stewart,  Otto  K 

1226  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-3791 

GP 

Theiler,  Alvin  C 

500  Fremont  St 
Kiel  WI  53042 
(414)  894-3322 

GS 

Tolentino,  Jose  Q 

202  Tower  Ave 
Adell  WI  53001 

R 

Tompsett  Jr,  Arthur  C 

1601  N Taylor  Dr 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)459-8300 

ORS 

Van  Driest,  John  J 

408  North  Ave 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)458-3820 

GS  VS 

Wagner,  William  G 

1226  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)452-0446 

IM 

Walker,  Philip  H 

1226  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  458-2197 

IM 

Westcott,  Stephen  C 
1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

GP  OM 

Weygandt,  James  L 

Kohler  Co 
Kohler  WI  53044 
(414)  457-4441 

IM  PUD 
Willis,  Robert  T 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

FP 

Windeck,  James  L 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 

GS 

Windsor,  Richard  B 

1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)457-4461 

U 

Wood,  Robert  A 
1011  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 
(414)  457-4461 


N 

Zweifel,  Thomas  J (DO) 

1720  N 8th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 


TREMPEALEAU 

JACKSON 

BUFFALO 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

FP 

Adams,  Reuben  J 

1933  Park  St 
Whitehall  WI  54773 

GP 

Bachhuber,  Max  O 

POB  365 
Alma  WI  54610 
(608)  685-3534 

TS  GS 

Christianson,  Paul  B 

610  W Adams  St 
Black  River  Falls  WI  54615 

FP  GER 
Dickman  II,  James  J 

610  W Adams  St 
Black  River  Falls  WI  54615 
(715)  284-4311 

FP 

Holder,  Richard  L 

610  W Adams  St 
Black  River  Falls  WI  54615 
(715)  284-4311 

GP 

Johnson,  David  B 

146  S Eau  Claire  St 
Mondovi  WI  54755 

FP 

Krohn,  Eugene 

610  W Adams  St 
Black  River  Falls  WI  54615 

GP  GS 

Krohn,  Robert 

POB  620 

Black  River  Falls  WI  54615 
(715)  284-4504 

P 

Larson,  Carol  A 
Rt  3 Box  90 
Durand  WI  54736 
(715)  673-4826 

GS 

Deva,  Florentino  E 
POB  106 

Arcadia  WI  54612 
(608)  323-3301 

GS  FP 

Martin,  W Bradford 

1933  Park  St 
Whitehall  WI  54773 


FP 

Miller,  Robert  J 

Arcadia  WI  54612 
(608)  323-3373 

FP 

Mintek,  Rian  D C 

Arcadia  WI  54612 

GP 

Moen,  Clarence  B 

133  W Gale  Ave 
Galesville  WI  54630 
(608)  582-4200 

FP 

Noble,  John  H 

1105  Harrison  St 
Black  River  Falls  WI  54615 
(715)  284-4311 

FP 

Peterson,  Gary  K 
610  W Adams  St 
Black  River  Falls  WI  54615 
(715)  2844311 

FP 

Polzin,  Jeffrey  K 

610  W Adams  St 
Black  River  Falls  WI  54615 
(715)  284-4311 

GP 

Rohde,  Elmer  P 

Box  368 

Galesville  WI  54630 
(608)  582-2422 

PD 

Selkurt,  Joanne  A 

Whitehall  WI  54773 

FP 

Wright,  William  E 

Lock  Box  90 
Mondovi  WI  54755 
(715)926-3883 

GP 

Yray,  Rizalino  N 
POB  146 

Arcadia  WI  54612 
(608)  323-3354 


VERNON 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

EM 

Bender,  William  L 
POB  146 

Viroqua  WI  54665 
GP 

Bland,  Phillips  T 

lOOMelby  St 
Westby  WI  54667 
(608)  634-3126 


VERNON— WALWORTH— WASHINGTON 


71 


GP 

Boehme,  Larry  R 

POB  374 

Hillsboro  WI  54634 
(608)  489-2253 

GP  GS 

Boston,  Thomas  E 

516  Brayton  St 
Dyersburg  TN  38024 

FP 

Devitt,  Timothy  J 
RFD  1 

Soldiers  Grove  WI  54655 
FP 

Ender,  Carl  A 
POB  65 

De  Soto  WI  54624 
(608)  648-2066 

R 

Lyons,  Robert  P 

Rt  3 Town  Line  Rd 
Milton  WI  53563 

GS  TS 

Macasaet,  Rolando  A 

318  W Decker  St 
Viroqua  WI  54665 
(608)637-3175 

PD 

Menn,  Jeffrey  F 

318  W Decker  St 
Viroqua  WI  54665 
(608)  637-3175 

GP 

Oppert,  Harold  E 

318  W Decker  St 
Viroqua  WI  54665 

GP 

Starr,  Robert  A 

318  W Decker  St 
Viroqua  WI  54665 
(608)637-3175 

P 

Van  Dyke,  David  A 
POB  149 

Viroqua  WI  54665 
(608)  637-7052 

GP 

Vig,  David  E 
POB  72 

Viroqua  WI  54665 
(608)637-3195 

GP 

Vig,  De  Verne  W 
POB  72 

Viroqua  WI  54665 
GS 

Vig,  Edward  N 

521  E Terhune 
Viroqua  WI  54665 
(608)  637-3023 


WALWORTH 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

IM  PUD 
Alabarca,  Nestor  C 

255  Havenwood  Dr 
Lake  Geneva  WI  53147 
(414)248-8527 

GP 

Bischof,  Henry  F 

845  Main  St 

Lake  Geneva  WI  53147 

(414)248-4411 

FP 

Bmhn,  Irwin  J 

Rt  1 Lakeville  Rd 
Walworth  WI  53184 
(414)  275-2101 

R IM 

Burnell,  Ernest  L 

Rt  3,  Box  85-C 
Fontana  WI  53125 
(414)  275-6624 

IM 

Cheung,  Hoi-Yin 

1138  Geneva  St 
Delavan  WI  53115 

PD 

Cheung,  Shung-Man 

1138  Geneva  St 
Delavan  WI  53115 

PH  PM 
Church,  Ruth  E 

435  Starin  Rd,*316C 
Whitewater  WI  53190 
(414)  473-6683 

IM 

Doreza,  Edsel  G 

Kenosha  St 
Walworth  WI  53184 
(414)  275-2101 

FP  PD 
Fonmin,  John 

Kenosha  St 
Walworth  WI  53184 
(414)  275-2101 

FP 

Galgano,  Rocco  S 
610  Walworth  St 
Delavan  WI  531 15 

GP  IM 

Hansen,  Daniel  R 

Kenosha  St 
Walworth  WI  53184 
(414)  275-2101 

ORS 

Hart,  Clarence  R 
10  Peller  Rd  Rt  3 
Lake  Geneva  WI  53147 
(414)  248-4467 

ORS 

Knavel,  James  L 
10  Peller  Rd  Rt  3 
Lake  Geneva  WI  53147 
(414)248-4467 


FP 

Kolar,  Britton  W 

816  Wis  Ave 

Lake  Geneva  WI  53147 

FP 

Martin  Jr,  John  E 

517  Walworth  Ave 
Delavan  WI  531 15 

FP 

Mol,  Henry  R 

100  SWash  St,  POB  547 
Elkhorn  WI  53121 
(414)  723-3100 

PTH  CLP 
Molot,  Mark  D 

Highway  NN 
Elkhorn  WI  53121 

RET 

Rauch,  Alphonsus  M 

782  S Shore  Dr,  POB  186 
Lake  Geneva  WI  53147 
(414)  248-2577 

GP 

Rogers,  Richard  J 
POB  547 

Elkhorn  WI  53121 
GS  VS 

Sapida,  Arturo  C 

Kenosha  St 
Walworth  WI  53184 
(414)  275-2101 

GP 

Schrock  Jr,  Joseph  B 

100  SWash  St,  POB  577 
Elkhorn  WI  53121 

GS 

Seegers,  James  V 
104  S Wis  St 
Elkhorn  WI  53121 
(414)  723-6666 

GS  ON 

Seldera,  Juanilito  N 

Rt  1 Box  259A 
Fontana  WI  53125 
(414)  275-3279 

GP 

Smiley,  Glenn  A 
107  N Third  St 
Delavan  WI  531 15 
(414)  728-3441 

GP 

Sorenson,  Edmund  D 

255  W Rockwell  St 
Elkhorn  WI  53121 

OPH 

Veith,  Nicholas  W 

Rt  3 Hwy  50E 
Lake  Geneva  WI  53147 
(414)  248-8577 

IM 

Werbel,  Harold  J 

1839  Chaise  Dr 
Carson  City  NV  89701 
(702)  883-6825 


FP 

Woods,  William  C 

607  Walworth  Ave 
Delavan  WI  53115 
(414)  728-2651 

OBG 

Zerrudo-Seldera,  Joy 

Rt  1 Box  259-A 
Fontana  WI  53125 
(414)  275-3279 


WASHINGTON 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP  AN 
Albrecht,  James  E 

2487  Pleasant  Valley 
Jackson  WI  53037 

IM 

Algiers,  James  L 
1004  E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-5745 

GS  OM 
Bauer,  Carroll  A 

CMSR  Box  34 
Phillips  WI  54555 
(715)339-2035 

FP 

Baumgartner,  James  F 

279  S 17th  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 

PD 

Beerends,  Jerold  J 

279  S 17th  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 

FP 

Bodensteiner,  Robert  T 

279  S 17th  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 
(414)338-1123 

GP 

Castro,  Florizel  F 

1040  Fond  du  Lac  Ave 
Kewaskum  WI  53040 
(414)626-4880 

R 

Claybaugh,  William  M 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  476-4242 

PD 

Donahue,  Parnell 

1004  E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)673-5745 

GP 

Edwards,  Richard  G 

1121  Fond  du  Lac  Ave 
Kewaskum  WI  53040 
(414)  626-2666 


FP 

Frankow,  Raymond  O 

606  Highland  View  Dr 
West  Bend  WI  53095 
(414)  334-5263 

N P 

Friedman,  Robert  H 

N89  W 16840  Appleton  Ave 
Menomonee  Fails  WI  53051 

FP 

Froehlich,  James  D 

322  S 10th  Ave 
West  Bend,  WI  53095 

GS  TS 

Gardner,  Robert  J 

844  W Badger  La 
West  Bend  WI  53095 

IM 

Geiger  Jr,  Charles  S 

279  S 17th  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 

GP  GS 

Gibson,  Richard  D 

321  Hawthorne  Dr 
West  Bend  WI  53095 
(414)  334-4076 

FP 

Gill,  Lawrence  A 

1201  Oak  St 

West  Bend  WI  53095 

(414)334-3451 

FP 

Griswold,  Bruce  G 
615  Arthur  PI 
West  Bend  WI  53095 

PD 

Gritt,  Ronald  G 

1004  E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-5745 

FP 

Grundahl,  Alvin  T 

1201  Oak  St 

West  Bend  WI  53095 

(414)334-3451 

IM  GE 
Gupte,  Uday  V 

1 1 1 3 E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-5050 

U 

Gute,  Daniel  B 

6290  N Port  Wash  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 

FP 

Hammer,  Todd  J 

1201  Oak  St 

West  Bend  WI  53095 

(414)334-3451 

GP 

Hoffmann,  William  C 

1 1 13  E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-5050 


72 


WASHINGTON— WAUKESHA 


GP  RET 
Kern,  Theodore  J 

617  S Main  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-3612 

GS  PD 
Kim, Suk  K 

1 1 13  E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-5050 

OBG 

Klein,  Karl  J 

1201  Oak  St 

West  Bend  WI  53095 

(414)334-7315 

PD  PDC 
Lee,  Chungki 

11 13  E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-5050 

GS  CDS 
Lewis,  Joseph  D 

279  S 17th  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 

IM 

Listwan,  William  J 

279  S 17th  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 
(414)338-1123 

IM 

Mally,  Michael  J 
1004  E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-5745 

OBG 

Marasigan,  Antonio  Z 
1004  E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-5745 

R 

Melamed,  Abraham 

1 107  E Lilac  La 
Milwaukee  WI  53217 
(414)  476-4242 

R 

Moths,  Robert  W 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 
(414)  476-4242 

IM 

Muth,  Donald  M 

279  S 17th  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 

GS 

Nickels,  Robert  J 

1004  Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-5745 

FP 

Nielsen,  William  A 

279  S 17th  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 
(414)338-1123 


IM 

Ninneman,  Robert  W 

279  S 17th  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 
(414)  338-1123 

GP  RET 

Quackenbush,  Earl  C 

310  Grand  Ave 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-4770 

GP 

Quandt,  Valerius  V 

11 13  E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-5050 

IM 

Regala  Jr,  Emilio  B 

1004  E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-5745 

ORS 

Reineck,  Michael  C 

1201  Oak  St 

West  Bend  WI  53095 

(414)338-6641 

OPH 

Rice,  Paul  R 

731  Pine  Dr 
West  Bend  WI  53095 

OPH 

Scheunemann,  Wallace  E 

824  W Badger  La 
West  Bend  WI  53095 
(414)334-5216 

ORS 

Schneider,  Paul  R 

1201  Oak  St 

West  Bend  WI  53095 

(414)338-6641 

R NM 

Sherkow,  Larry  H 

5644  Colleen  La 
West  Bend  WI  53095 
(414)  476-4242 

AN 

Sison,  Aurora  A 

1040  Fond  du  Lac  Ave 
Kewaskum  WI  53040 
(414)  626-4616 

GS 

Sison,  Cesar  V 
1040  Fond  du  Lac  Ave 
Kewaskum  WI  53040 
(414)  626-4616 

FP 

Sorensen,  Richard  F 
279  S 17th  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 
(414)338-1123 

OBG 

Tagawa,  Tetsuo 
1 1 13  E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  353-5577 


PD 

Tan,  Simon  T 

279  S 17th  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 

AN 

Vegafria,  Jesse  O 

768  Eastern  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 

IM 

Weber,  Eric  F 

1004  E Sumner  St 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-5745 

FP 

Wex,  Thomas  E 

279  S 17th  Ave 
West  Bend  WI  53095 
(414)338-1123 

R 

Zellmer,  Richard  E 

2500  N 108th  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53226 

OS 

Zintek,  Arthur  R 

2372  Hillside  Rd 
Richfield  WI  53076 


WAUKESHA 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

IM 

Agpoon,  Jose  S 

S5  W22449  E Moreland 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-9680 

R 

Alberti,  John  B 

15250  Woodbridge  Rd 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  782-1524 

P PDR 
Alston,  James  A 

210  McCall  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-9384 

FP 

Arenberg,  M E 

434  W Madison  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

FP 

Arnold,  Kevin  J (DO) 

434  Madison  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

N 

Baker,  John  B 

901  9th  Ave 
Albany  GA  31701 


IM 

Ballman,  Robert  J 

791  E Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-8573 

FP  PTH 
Bamrah,  Paramjit  K 

915  E Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-4433 

IM  END 

Banasiak,  Michael  F 

POB  544 

Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  782-4270 

DR  NM 
Banker,  Vincent  P 

7310  Wellauer  Dr 
Wauwatosa  WI  53213 

AN 

Barber,  Jergen  L 

401  Windsor  Dr 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  549-7246 

NS 

Bartl,  George  R 
1111  Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-9503 

IM 

Bart  os,  Joseph  A 

403  N Grand  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-1811 

GS 

Bartos,  Robert  E 

210  E Wabash  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

AN 

Bellehumeur,  Gerald  C 

8185  N Green  Bay  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53209 
(414)332-8230 

OTO 

Belson,  Thomas  P 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-1614 

P 

Bemmann,  Kathryn  M C 

251  W Broadway 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

FP 

Beranek,  Pamela  M 

W6660  Hidden  Valley  Rd 
Holman  WI  54636 

IM 

Berman,  Gerald  N 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

PD 

Bibler,  Richard  H 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 


P 

Biehl,  Mark  D 

1 1 1 E Wis  Ave,  #1715 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

ORS 

Birkholz,  Steven  W 

888B  Thackery  Tr 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 

PD 

Bischel,  Jerome  R 
1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

GS 

Blackwood,  John  S 

17050  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)786-3722 

IM  HEM 
Blake,  David  G 

21645  Greendale  Dr 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

ORS 

Blatnik,  Steven 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
IM 

Blick,  Michael  J 

17050  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  782-4270 

ORS  HS 
Bolger,  John  T 

223  Wis  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

ORS 

Bolt,  Richard  H 

223  Wis  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-5311 

PD 

Brannen,  Charles  H 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
(414)255-7080 

IM 

Brennan,  William  M 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 

IM 

Breyer,  J Thomas 

34304  Sunset  Dr 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  646-3999 

OPH 

Brown,  Dwight  H 

17000  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

GP  IM 

Brummitt,  Charles  D 

915  E Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-4433 


WAUKESHA 


73 


OBG 

Buerger,  Edward  J 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-4411 

GP  GS 
Buhl,  John  L 

336  Wis  Ave 
Waukesha  Wl  53186 
(414)  549-0787 

OBG 

Bunke,  John  W 

217  Wis  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-0461 

OBG 

Burch,  Kim  R 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 
(414)  255-7090 

DR 

Burgos,  Rodolfo  G 
N9  W29304  Thames  Rd 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  647-5132 

1M 

Burke,  Eugene  P 

10625  W North  Ave 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  774-8388 

IM  HEM 

Burkert,  Lawrence  B 
POB  544 

Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)782-4270 

P 

Buscaglia,  Christopher  J 

5310  S Magellan  Dr 
New  Berlin  WI  53151 
(414)  425-7598 

ORS 

Buss,  Robert  O 
890  Elm  Grove  Rd 
POB  103 

Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)786-2875 

AN 

Campbell,  Paul  E 

1307  E Broadway,  POB  884 
Waukesha  WI  53187 
(414) 367-2128 

FP 

Chambers,  Paul  R 

123  Lawn  Dr 
Hartland  WI  53029 

FP  OBG 

Chambers,  Richard  K 

123  Lawn  St 
Hartland  WI  53029 
(414)  367-2128 

AN 

Cherwenka,  Richard  W 

1 100  Westbrooke  Pkwy 
Waukesha  WI  53186 


OBG 

Chumbley  II,  Clyde  M 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
(414)  255-7090 

OBG 

Clark,  Douglas  O 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 
IM 

Cleary,  Dan  T 

1030  Keats  Cir 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 

GP 

Clothier  Jr,  WJKilburn 

413  N East  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53 186 
(414)  544-6388 

ORS 

Cummings  Jr,  Patrick 

17050  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  786-3090 

IM  ID 

Dailey,  Michael  P 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 
(414)  255-7020 

OBG 

Daleiden,  James  P 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-4411 

FP 

Dali,  James  E 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

OPH 

Dannenberg,  Lee  L 

N88  W 16624  Appleton  Ave 
Menomonee  Fails  W I 5305 1 
(414)  255-4343 

OTO 

Darling,  Ronald  J 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-1614 

OTO 

Darling,  William  A 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-1614 

IM 

Davasligil,  Halil 
N82W 18046  Coventry  Ct 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
(414)  255-1024 

GP 

Davies,  Gwilym 
1607  Morningside  Dr 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

CDS  GS 

Davies,  William  B 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 


AN 

De  Guzman,  Eleuterio  A 

W180N8170  Destiny  Dr 
Menomonee  Falls  Wl  53051 
(414)  251-8876 

D 

Dempsey,  Kenneth  J 

N88  W 16624  Appleton  Ave 
Menomonee  Falls  Wl  53051 

ORS 

Desch,  Charles  A 

233  Wis  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-5311 

FP 

Donovan,  Michael  E 

434  W Madison  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

IM 

Dougherty,  Philip  J 

W176  N8491  Sunset  Rd 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
(414)  542-9531 

IM 

Dougherty,  Thomas  J 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

PD 

Drayer,  Henry  D 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 
(414)  255-2500 

FP 

Dugan,  Thomas  E 

336  Wis  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-7977 

AN 

Englund,  Stanley  A 

725  American  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

GS 

Epperson,  Dean  P 

819  E Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-6616 

IM 

Evert,  Howard  A 
W180  N7950  Town  Hall 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 

R 

Feulner,  Robert  C 

61 1 Westminister  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-3620 

OM 

Fishburn,  Charles  W 

17125  W Cleveland  Ave 
New  Berlin  WI  53151 
(414)  782-1465 

OBG 

Flanary,  John  R 

10125  W North  Ave 
Wauwatosa  Wl  53226 


OPH 

Flickinger  Jr,  Roger  R 

102  E Main  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-3352 

FP 

Fogleman,  James  D 

434  Madison  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

GS 

Foley,  John  J 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
(414)  255-2500 

GS 

Fox,  Paul  S 

W229  S4340  Milky  Way 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-2198 

P 

Francis,  Robert  J 

111  E Wis  Ave,  #1715 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  273-1717 

P 

Frank,  Eugene  B P 

114  8th  St  S 

Bradenton  Bch  FL  33510 
(813)778-5447 

GS 

Frantz,  Richard  G 
1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

AN 

Froeschle,  Rudy  P 

830  Briar  Ridge  Dr 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

A IM 

Fruchtman,  Martin  Z 

217  Wis  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-3444 

OPH  OS 
Gager,  Walter  E 
102  E Main  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-3352 

AN 

Gallo,  Gregory  L 
S3 3 W26856  Hawthorne 
Hollow  Dr 
Waukesha  Wl  53186 
(414)  547-9043 

GP  OS 
Gantz,  Hyman  A 

W223  S3885  Guthrie  Rd 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-7389 

FP 

Gardner,  James  D 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-9100 


IM 

Gershan,  Robert  N 

8107  Lake  Dr 

Fox  Point  WI  53217 

(414)351-3237 

FP 

Ghinazzi,  Scott  R 

434  Madison  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

N IM 

Gia  Russo,  Mark  H 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
(414)  255-7020 

ORS 

Gloss,  Frank  E 
W180  N7950  Town  Hall 
Menomonee  Falls  Wl  5305 1 
(414)255-2500 

CD  IM 
Gomez,  Gustavo 
16325  Shore  Line  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  933-3277 

P IM 

Goral,  Thomas  J 

34810  Pabst  Rd 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 

FP 

Grade,  John  O 

1050  Legion  Dr 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)  782-8272 

OBG 

Gryniewicz,  Michael 

3275  Applegate  La 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

PD 

Guy,  John  R 
1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-2536 

ORS 

Hackett,  James  G 

N84  W 16889  Menomonee 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 

OBG 

Halverson,  Gloria  M 
18590  Anita  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  549-1333 

AN 

Hansen,  Peter  T 

18625  Le  Chateau  Dr 
Brookfield  Wl  53005 
(414)  786-8205 

N 

Hanson,  James  C 
1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

ORS 

Hamed,  Gerald  L 

223  Wis  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-5311 


74 


WAUKESHA 


GP 

Harrington,  Kenneth  J 

W154  N8083  Elm  La 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 

IM  GE 
Harris,  John  A 

1111  Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-9531 

IM 

Hart,  Terrence  N 
POB  544 

Brookfield  WI  53005 
GS 

Haupert,  A Peter 

615  E Newhall  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

P 

Hauser,  Gary  C 

1 1 1 E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 
(414)  273-1717 

TS  GS 

Hausmann,  Paul  F 

217  Wis  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414) 547-1135 

GS 

Hearn,  Richard  F 

915  E Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 

U 

Hein,  Richard  C 

124  Oxford  Rd 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-3600 

R 

Helling,  R David 

W26149  Canterbury 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-7767 

EM 

Helz,  Timothy  J 

4774  N Pinecrest  Dr 
Nashotah  WI  53058 

NS 

Herman,  La  Verne  H 

1200  Sweetbriar  Dr 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-7767 

IM  PUD 
Herrell,  Daniel  W 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 
U 

Herrmann,  Richard  A 

17030  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  782-5012 

FP 

Hey  rman,  Donald  J 

W137N7657  North  Hills 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 


PD 

Hillan,  Donald  D 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-2536 

OBG 

Hofbauer,  Thomas  A 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
(414)255-2500 

IM 

Hoffman,  Jack  R 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
P 

Holbrook,  Thomas  L 

POB  7 

Delafield  WI  53018 
GP 

Holmburg,  Charles  E 

1185  Oakwood  Manor 
Hubertus  WI  53033 

AN 

Holzgrafe,  Robert  E 

W226  N 1509  North  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-1066 

OPH  AM 
Hovey,  John  C 
POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
(414)  255-7070 

FP 

Imse,  David  P 

123  Lawn  St 
Hartland  WI  53029 

PD 

Iorio,  Kathryn  D 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-2536 

IM 

Iverson,  Gary  O 
POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
OTO 

Janowak,  Michael  C 

888  Thackeray  Tr 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-0505 

IM 

Janssen,  William  C 

11541  N Shorecliff  La 
Mequon  WI  53092 
(414)  241-5768 

AN 

Janusonis,  Palmira  A 

W347  S4948  Cth  G 
Dousman  WI  531 18 
(414)965-2064 


PTH 

Johnson,  Collin  B 

725  American  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-2134 

FP 

Johnson,  Dale  A 

819  E Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-0223 

GS 

Jolin,  James  L 

POB  1538 

Waukesha  WI  53187 
IM  PUD 

Jordahl  Jr,  Clarence  W 

POB  11-0 

Milwaukee  WI  53201 
(414)  344-5450 

PTH 

Kascht,  Robert  L 

W288  S5161  RockwoodTr 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-5051 

GS 

Keane,  Patrick  K 

N84  W 1 6889  Menomonee 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 
(414)251-7500 

R NM 

Keller,  Theodore  A 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 

HNS  OTO 
Kelly,  John  J 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)  475-9300 

GE 

Kengis,  Janis  J 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-9531 

GP 

Kern,  Elmer  E 

314  Main  St 
Mukwonago  WI  53149 

IM 

Kern,  Martin  W 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-9531 

TR  ON 
King,  Douglas 

5000  W Chambers  St 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  447-2221 

FP 

Klopf,  Howard  M 

N89  W 1 6889  Menomonee 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 
(414)  251-7500 


A 

Konetzki,  Wayne  H 

403  N Grand  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-3055 

ORS 

Konkel,  Kurt  F 

3464  Lake  Dr 
Hartford  WI  53027 
(414)  673-7640 

PD 

Krieger,  Robert  W 

915  E Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 

ORS 

Kirtter,  Alfred  E 

217  Wis  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-5311 

PDA 

Kuwayama,  S Paul 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
PM 

La  Joie,  William  J 

S32  W27641  Daleview  Dr 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  968-2433 

R 

Lammers,  John  P 

1272  N 119th  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)476-0419 

EM 

Langenfeld,  Mark  G 

1645  Legion  Dr 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)782-1548 

GP 

Lastrilla,  Rudolfo  S 

N1 12  W 14880  Mequon  Rd 
Germantown  WI  53022 

AN 

Leenhouts,  Kenneth  C 

W250  S6475  Center  Rd 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

GS 

Limjoco,  Uriel  R 

W213  N5349  Adamsdale 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 

FP 

Lindeman,  Lawrence  A 

434  Madison  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

FP 

Lindemann,  Janet  C 

434  Madison  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

OPH 

Lochen,  Gregory  R 
102  E Main  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-3353 


P 

Lorton,  Carol  D 

POB  10224 
Milwaukee  WI  53210 
(414)  774-8480 

IM 

Luedke,  Donald  M 

POB  544 

Brookfield  WI  53005 
R 

Madden,  Peter  N 

19333  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  785-2161 

OBG 

Maker,  George  E 
915  Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-4433 

PD 

Mann,  Dale  H 

16040  Siesta  La 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

D 

Marek,  Robert  W 

W180  N7950  Town  Hall 
POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 
(414)  255-7040 

OTO 

Martinelli,  Dean  L 

888  Thackeray  Tr 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-0505 

GS 

Matt,  Joseph  R 

915  Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-4433 

OPH 

McCormick,  Glen  E 

890  Elm  Grove  Rd 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 

OPH 

McCormick,  Michael  R 

102  E Main  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-3352 

U 

McDonell,  Timothy  H 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-3600 

ORS 

McW’hirter,  Robert  E 

W228  N683  Westmound  Dr 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

GS 

Merkow,  William 

324  W Main  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-2581 


WAUKESHA 


75 


IM  CD 
Merry,  Steven  L 

N84  W 16889  Menomonee 
Menomonee  Falls  W1  53051 

OBG 

Meyer,  Matthew  A 

W290  N3159  Hillcrest 
Pewaukee  WI  53072 

D 

Mielke,  Donald  J 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

AN 

Miller,  G Daniel 

37880  Forrest  Dr 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-7151 

ORS 

Miller,  Owen  E 

223  Wis  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-5311 

EM 

Morgan,  Claud  E 

6245  N Woodside  Rd 
Nashotah  WI  53058 
(414)  367-6420 

PD 

Morzaria,  Rasik  N 

N84  W 16889  Menomonee 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
(414)  251-7500 

GS 

Motzel  Jr,  Albert  J 

1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-9466 

ORS 

Mueller,  Karl  H 

17050  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)786-3090 

CHP 

Muller,  Marta  C 

111  E Wis  Ave 
Milwaukee  WI  53202 

OPH 

Nagel,  James  H 
1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-0860 

D IM 

Neils,  Richard  E 

2856  Interlaken  Dr 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-7773 

R 

Nemcek,  Albert  A 

2970  Santa  Maria  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)782-2488 


IM  PUD 
Neumann,  Jane  L 

725  American  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-2391 

FP 

Nolan  Jr,  James  L 

235  Harrison  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-6997 

CLP 

Nolasco  Jr,  Thomas  C 
19333  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

PD 

Olsen,  Ralph  N 

17030  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

IM 

O’Mara,  Michael  G 

888  Thackeray  Tr 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-9091 

N 

Otto,  Owen 

34810  Pabst  Rd 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 

OTO 

Park,  John  R 

2500  N Mayfair  Rd 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

P 

Patel,  Malti  M 

25 1 W Broadway 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-0123 

R 

Pearce,  Jan  D 
12778  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

GP  RET 
Pecarski,  Miodrag  B 
171  Wolf  Dr 
Dousman  WI  53118 
(414)  965-2600 

OTO 

Peters,  Kenneth  R 

W180N7550  Town  Hall 
POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
OBG 

Peterson,  Jack  A 
1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-4411 

ORS 

Phillips,  John  R 

890  Elm  Grove  Rd 
Elm  Grove  WI  53122 
(414)  786-2875 

OBG 

Popp,  Mark  J 

17000  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  786-6420 


ORS 

Pruscha  II,  Caiman  S 

888  Thackeray  Tr 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-8326 

IM 

Querimit,  Alberto  S 

N84  W 16889  Menomonee 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 

GP 

Raschbacher,  John  L 

434  Madison  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

U 

Rasmussen,  Robert  J 
1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)542-1001 

GP 

Reichle,  Robert  I 

W228  N683  Westmound  Dr 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-1300 

R 

Richter,  Alphonse  M 

725  American  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

OBG 

Riendl,  Anne  M 

2907  Farmview  Ct 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  549-1333 

FP  GPM 
Rienstra,  Joseph  D 

17400  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

GS 

Riesch,  John  D 

W180N7950  Town  Hall  Rd 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
(414)  255-2500 

IM 

Rietbrock,  Michael  J 

915  E Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-4433 

GS 

Roberts,  Thomas  H 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
GP 

Rogers,  Albert  F 
POB  26 

Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-3232 

FP 

Rosenkranz,  Wilbur  E 

225  Eagle  Lake  Ave 
Mukwonago  WI  53149 
(414)  363-7142 

R 

Ruggaber,  Garren  C 
16780  Dane  Ct  W 
Brookfield  WI  53005 


PTH 

Rykwalder,  Paul  J 

2360  Kevenauer  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

AN 

Schaefer,  Kent  C 
4720  Lincrest  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)781-3467 

OPH 

Schalmo  Jr,  Edwin  H 

Rt  1 , Box  57A 
Mukwonago  WI  53149 

PTH  CLP 
Schamberg,  Jay  F 
POB  408 

Menomonee  Falls  53051 
(414)  251-1000 

OBG 

Schmidt,  Claude  W 

217  Wisconsin  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-2531 

OBG 

Schmidt,  Robert  D 

POB  427 

Menomonee  Falls  53051 
(414) 255-2500 

AN 

Schoeneman,  Robert  H 

2420  N 94th  St 
Wauwatosa  WI  53226 

FP 

Schroeder,  George  S 
434  Madison  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

OBG 

Schroeder,  Thomas  A 

915  E Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-4433 

IM 

Schulz,  Earl  G 
1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-9531 

IM 

Schumacher,  Bernhard  J 

915  Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 

FP 

Schwarz,  Robert  L 

N84  W 16889  Menomonee 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305 1 
(414)251-7500 

GS 

Sewell,  Robert  H 

17050  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  786-3722 

PD 

Siegel,  Lawrence  K 
1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-2536 


AN 

Small  Jr,  James  T 

904  Tenny  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 

GP  GS 
Smirl,  Warren  G 

723  Clinton  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  547-0088 

D 

Smith,  William  D 

217  Wisconsin  Ave 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-9241 

OBG 

Stadler  II,  James  A 

17000  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)786-6420 

AN 

Stein,  Ronald  W 

W272  N2141  Fieldhack  Dr 
Pewaukee  WI  53072 
(414)691-3962 

FP 

Steinmetz,  Thomas  E 

W176  N9724  Riversbend 
Circle  E 

Germantown  WI  53022 
(414)  255-6367 

IM 

Sweed,  Aaron 

324  W Main  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  542-2581 

OPH 

Taylor,  Thomas  F 

32569  W Esker  La 
Nashotah  WI  53058 
(414)567-0231 

AN 

Temple,  Robert  L 

POB  408 

Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 
PD 

Thomas,  Elaine  M 

150  S Calhoun  Rd 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

PTH 

Thorgersen,  Thor  M 

20840  Brook  Park  Dr 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)786-3029 

P 

Todd,  Paul  C 

W180N7950  Town  Hall 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  53051 

ORS 

Tyne,  Lee  M 

17050  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  786-3090 


76 


WAUKESHA— WAUPACA— WINNEBAGO 


PD 

Ulery,  David  O 

915  E Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 

R NM 

Underberg,  John  T 

S23  W22931  Hinsdale  Rd 
Waukesha  Wl  53186 
(414)  544-2431 

PTH 

Varma,  Som  D 

3471 1 Fairview  Rd 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 

FP 

Viel,  Robert  S 

18735  Pleasant  St 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  786-6520 

GP 

Visaya,  Marciano  C 
146  Park  Ave 
Pewaukee  WI  53072 
(414)  691-3290 

AN 

Vondrell,  John  J 

1520  Indianwood  Dr 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

R 

Wagner,  Richard  O 

2020  Church  St 
Wauwatosa  W I 53213 

IM  GE 

Wagner,  Robert  S 

915  E Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 

PD  OS 
Walker,  Frank  A 

9900  W Bluemound  Rd 
#301 

Wauwatosa  WI  53226 
(414)258-0606 

OBG 

Warth,  Robert  L 
1111  Delafield  St 
Waukesha  WI  53186 
(414)  544-4411 

FP 

White,  Herbert  C (DO) 

W312S4272  Hwy  83 
Genesee  Depot  Wl  53127 

PM 

Wick  Jr,  Henry  O 

5000  W National  Ave 
Wood  WI  53193 

OPH 

Wiegmann,  Otto  A 

17050  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  786-0610 

GP 

Wilkinson,  James  F 

915  Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 


GP 

Wilkinson,  John  D 

915  Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-4433 

OPH  OTO 
Wilkinson,  Philip  M 

915  Summit  Ave 
Oconomowoc  WI  53066 
(414)  567-4433 

FP 

Williams,  Thomas  H 

225  Eagle  Lake  Ave 
Mukwonago  WI  53149 
(414)  363-7142 

GP 

Wood,  Donald  L 

17400  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 

ORS 

Wood,  James  P 

17050  W North  Ave 
Brookfield  WI  53005 
(414)  786-3090 

FP 

Zarbock,  Floyd  M 

S89W229 15  Maple  St 
Big  Bend  WI  53103 

CHP  P 

Zimmerman,  Richard  C 

N89  W 16785  Appleton  Ave 
Menomonee  Falls  WI  5305! 
(414)  964-4830 


WAUPACA 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 

GP  PTH 
Ansaldo,  Oscar  P 

POB  306 
King  WI  54946 

GS 

Belgado,  Paulino  G 

61  Anne  St 

Clintonville  WI  54929 
(715)  823-6511 

GS 

Blum,  Barton  J 

710  Riverside  Dr,  POB  387 
Waupaca  WI  54981 

GP 

Boudry,  Marshall  O 

122  W Union  St 
Waupaca  WI  54981 
(715)258-2909 

FP 

Burgstede,  Gilbert  C 

710  Riverside  Dr,  POB  387 
Waupaca  WI  54981 


GP  OBG 
Caskey,  Harry  S 
61  Anne  St 

Clintonville  Wl  54929 
(715)  823-6511 

FP  IM 

Fuhrmann,  Donn  D 

1420  Algoma  St 
New  London  WI  54961 

GP  GS 

Galang,  Luis  L 

POB  282 

New  London  WI  54961 
GP 

Garvida,  Cesar  A 
425  2nd  St,  POB  919 
Manawa  Wl  54949 
(414)  596-3435 

EM  OBG 

Glazier,  Edward  H 
POB  144 

Waupaca  WI  54981 
FP 

Haman,  Kenneth  L 

199  S Division  St 
Waupaca  WI  54981 

PTH  CLP 
Hamel,  Peter  C 

122  Maple  St 
Waupaca  WI  54981 

R 

Hammes,  David  A 
1405  Mill  St 
New  London  WI  54961 
(414)  982-3769 

FP 

Hankey,  Terry  L 

710  Riverside  Dr,  POB  387 
Waupaca  WI  54981 

GP 

Heise,  Lawrence  F 
Clintonville  WI  54929 
(715)823-6511 

GP 

Hollero,  Numeriano  J 

POB  291 
Iola  WI  54945 

FP 

Loehner,  D Mark 

710  Riverside  Dr,  POB  387 
Waupaca  WI  54981 

FP 

Maasch,  Lloyd  P 
POB  250 

Weyauwega  WI  54983 
(414)  867-3141 

GP 

McGinnis,  Howard  J 

323  S Washington  St 
Waupaca  WI  54981 
(715)258-8667 


GP 

Monsted,  John  W 

616  Wyman  St 
New  London  WI  54961 

FP 

Peterson,  Robert  L 

710  Riverside  Dr,  POB  387 
Waupaca  WI  54981 

PTH  FP 

Rodriguez,  Generoso  N 

Fairview  Dr 

New  London  WI  54961 

(414)  982-4040 

FP 

Salan,  Jerry  R 

710  Riverside  Dr,  POB  387 
Waupaca  WI  54981 

GP 

Salan,  Sam 
1 12  Harrison  St 
Waupaca  WI  54981 

GP 

Schmallenberg,  Herman  C 

202  N Water  St 
New  London  WI  54961 
(414)  982-2144 

GP 

Steiner,  John  H 

208  E Union,  POB  369 
Waupaca  WI  54981 
(715)258-3434 

GP 

Topp,  Clarence  A 

95  N Main  St 
Clintonville  WI  54929 

FP 

Weber,  Joseph  W 

525  High  St 

New  London  WI  54961 

GS 

Yu,  Carlos  C 
1420  Algoma  St 
New  London  WI  54961 
(414)  982-3606 


WINNEBAGO 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 


FP 

Adelman,  Richard  D 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

P 

Aleem,  Asaf 

2120  Evans  St,  #1 
Oshkosh  Wl  54901 

P 

Allen,  Herbert  M 

1 1 1 E Wisconsin  Ave 
Neenah  WI  54956 


ORS 

Anderson,  Gay  R 
1 1 1 E N Water  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)725-5611 

GP 

Anderson,  Gerhard  R C 

1101  Crystal  Lake  Dr 
Pompano  Beach  FL  33064 

P 

Arndt,  George  W 

706  E Forest  Ave 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)725-1810 

U 

Atassi,  Safouh  A 
169  E N Water  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)722-7747 

IM  GE 

Bachman,  Joseph  F 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4200 

P 

Baker,  Ralph  K 

418  Jefferson  St 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-4557 

IM 

Baltz,  Curtis  C 
41 1 Lincoln 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)727-4244 

AN 

Barbour,  James  H 

1322  Menominee  Dr 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-7455 

OBG 

Bartizal  Jr,  Frederick  J 

1416  S Commercial  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  729-6101 

GS 

Barton,  Michael 

POB  327 

St  Ignotius  MT  59865 
(406)  745-3311 

IM 

Basiliere,  James  L 

414  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

AN 

Bauer,  Deedric  W 

POB  504 

Neenah  WI  54956 
IM 

Becker  Jr,  Dean  B 

404  N Main  St,  #407 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-5855 


WINNEBAGO 


77 


AN 

Behrens,  Scott  A 

459  Emerson 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(715)  729-9239 

GP 

Bitter,  Reuben  H 

1331  Ontario  St 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

PTH 

Bowerman,  Charles  I 

63 1 Hazel  St 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  236-2186 

ORS 

Boyle,  John  S 

510  Doctors  CT 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

ORS 

Bryant,  David  G 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414) 231-6800 

ORS 

Buck,  Roy  E 
1 1 1 E North  Water  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)725-5611 

IM 

Bums,  James  R 

508  Quarry  La 
Neenah  WI  54956 

U 

Campbell,  John  T 

411  Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)727-4200 

CDS  TS 
Carlson,  Robert  G 

59  Racine  St 
Menasha  WI  54952 
(414)  725-5588 

A 

Charavejasarn,  Chiaw  C 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

FP 

Christopherson,  David  L 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4218 

GS  HS 
Clark,  David  D 

1 103  Washington  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

GS 

Clark,  William  E 

4060  Windermere  La 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-1767 

OPH 

Clarke,  Gerald  P 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  426-3343 


P 

Colgan,  Harry  J 

1215  Doctors  Dr 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  722-1033 

OPH  OTO 
Conway, John  E 

1203  Nicolet  Cir 
Appleton  WI  54911 
(414)  733-6137 

OTO 

Crawford,  William  A 

515  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-2400 

GS 

Crowe,  John  M 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4200 

U 

Cummings,  Earl  F 

1 1 1 1 Evans  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

GP 

Cunningham,  Thomas  E 

2180  White  Swan  Dr 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

PTH 

Dahl,  Vincent  H 

631  Hazel  St 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

GP 

Danforth,  Harold  J 

1424  Conrad  St 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  235-4607 

OBG 

Darr,  David  L 

3548  W Shady  Lane  Rd 
Neenah  WI  54956 

IM  OS 

Dedmon,  Robert  E 

2100  Winchester  Rd 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  721-5881 

GP 

De  Mores!  Jr,  Hugh  F 

502  Surrey  La 
Neenah  WI  54956 

R NM 
Doss,  Jerry  C 
1728  Menominee  Dr 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  722-1582 

R NM 

Douglas,  Robert  F 

155  Poplar  Ct 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)722-1582 

OPH 

Downing,  Edwin  L 

719  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  235-0066 


GP 

Driscoll,  Loren  J 

226  N 9th  Ave 
Winneconne  WI  54986 
(414)  582-7887 

OPH 

Dudley,  Stephen  S 

721  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  235-5151 

IM 

Elisberg,  John  M 

650  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

OPH  OTO 
Emrich,  Paul  S 

1619  E Murdock  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  235-4284 

D 

Faber,  John  W 

1424  S Commercial  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  725-5659 

PTH 

Felton,  Owen  L 

130  2nd  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  729-3001 

R NM 

Flaherty,  Timothy  T 

547  E Wisconsin  Ave 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  722-1582 

IM 

Fox,  Thomas  P 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4293 

P CHP 
Gehl,  Gerald  A 

1215  Doctors  Dr 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  725-8285 

PD 

Gehringer,  Robert  E 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)727-4281 

OPH 

Geldner,  Barbara 

240  1st  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  725-3204 

NS 

Geldner,  Michael  M 

240  1st  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4200 

CD  IM 

Geller,  Kenneth  A 

209  Stevens  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 


ATCLP 
Gohdes,  Paul  N 
130  2nd  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  729-3005 

R 

Gottlieb,  Philip 

807  Kay  Ct 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  725-3634 

GS 

Graber,  Louis  D 

1400  Brooks  La 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

U 

Graham,  Albert  P 

225  Country  Clb  Dr,  #21 6B 
Largo  FL  33540 

GP 

Graiewski,  Stanley  J 
1844  Vinland  Rd 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-7258 

RHU  IM 
Grandone,  John  T 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

GS 

Gray,  John  H 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4200 

GP  IM 

Greenwood,  Benjamin  S 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-6800 

GP 

Greischar,  Robert  J 

1355  Washington  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

OTO 

Gromer,  Rex  C 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4200 

IM 

Guenther,  Vernon  G 

650  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

IM  OS 
Gursoy,  Erdal  Y 
1416  S Commercial  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

GP 

Gustafson,  Glenn  E 
POB  420 

Menasha  WI  54952 
(414)  725-3191 

N 

Haffer,  Ahmad  Y 

2023  North  Point 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 


GP 

Hahn,  Warren  V 

101 A Algoma  Blvd 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-5650 

OBG 

Hammond,  Charles 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4304 

GS 

Hardie,  Gordon  H 

169  E North  Water  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  725-4527 

GPM  PM 
Haselow,  John  R 
1 10  W North  Water  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  722-2801 

IM  NEP 
Hathaway,  David  S 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4249 

FP 

Hay,  Darrell  E M 

323  Jefferson  Ave 
Omro  WI  54963 
(414)  685-6403 

PTH 

Henshaw,  H Cullen 

130  2nd  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-5422 

GS  OS 

Hildebrand,  Fredric  L 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)727-4250 

P 

Hoehne,  Kurt  A 

1841  Northpoint 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)231-1869 

OBG 

Holly,  Robert  J 

712  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-0710 

PD 

Hughes,  John  B 

645  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-1680 

IM 

Hughes,  Richard  C 

650  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

GS 

Isom,  Robert  G 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-6800 


78 


WINNEBAGO 


C NM 

Jasser,  Mohamed  K 

151  E Forest  Ave 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  729-9536 

GP 

Jensen,  Richard  A 

POB  656 

Menasha  WI  54952 
IM  NEP 

Kammenzind,  Richard  H 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4247 

PD 

Kammholz,  Larry  P 

645  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-1680 

PD  ID 
Kayali,  Bashar  F 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

P 

Kelley,  Thomas  J 

105  Washington  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-1773 

ORS 

Kennedy,  William  F 

1 1 1 E North  Water  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

PD 

Kidd,  Howard  L 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

OPH 

Kirchgeorg,  Clemens  G 
148  Palo  Verde  Dr 
Leesburg  FL  32748 
(904)  787-0708 

GP 

Kivlin,  Thomas  M 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-6800 

FP 

KJamm,  Richard  D 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

FP 

Knier,  Michael  S 
1194  Sawtell  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

IM  ON 
Konsek,  John  P 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)727-4237 

GP 

Kubiak,  Mary  K King- 

8042  Old  E Rd 
Omro  WI  54963 


GS 

Kuhn,  Raymond  V 

1830  Lake  Breeze  Rd 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)231-5014 

D IM 

Lamps,  Gary  M 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4200 

AN 

Larson,  Owen  E 

449  Edgewood  Ct 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)725-9121 

AN 

Leschke,  John  A 

1536  White  Swan  Dr 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

NS 

Letellier,  Marc  A 

4085  Winnegammie  Rd 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  836-3426 

IM 

Loftus,  Edward  R 

1416  S Commercial  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)725-8229 

ORS 

Lulloff,  Kim  H 

1 1 1 E North  Water  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

GP 

Lyons,  Charles  R 
2000  E Murdock  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)233-3360 

PD 

MacDonald  II,  Charles  C 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

N 

Majid,  H A Abdul 

240  1st  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

P 

Masangkay,  Generoso  P 

Naval  Aerospace 
Regional  Medical  Ctr 
Pensacola  FL  32512 

GS 

Mathison,  Johan  A 

712  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  235-6960 

P 

McAndrew,  John  B 

2136  White  Swan  Dr 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)233-0756 


IM 

McAvoy,  Paul  B 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

FP 

McCool,  Thomas  J 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)231-6800 

FP 

McDonald,  Donald  H 

19  S 3rd  St 

Winneconne  WI  54986 
(414)  582-448 1 

GS  TS 

McGloin,  John  J 

410  E Wisconsin  Ave 
Neenah  WI  54956 

AN  RET 
McGloin,  Mary  T 

410  E Wisconsin  Ave 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  725-6908 

R NM 

McKenzie,  John  R 

415  S Meadow  St 
Oshkosh  WI  54956 
(414)  722-1582 

GP 

Meilicke,  Clement  A 

930  N 6th  St 
Sheboygan  WI  53081 

GP 

Meli,  James  V 
4741  W Blvd 
Naples  FL  33940 
(813)263-2983 

P IM 

Meyer,  Edward  D 

2107  Doty  St 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414) 233-3915 

P N 

Michlowski,  Thomas  J 

5421  Greening  La 
Madison  WI  53705 
(608)  233-4367 

GP 

Monday  , Harvey 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)236-3212 

IM 

Mork,  Harold  C 

2034  N Point  St 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-4270 

P 

Mounts,  Barbara  M 

130  2nd  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 


OBG 

Murray,  Richard  C 

712  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-0710 

PTH 

Neubecker,  Robert  D 

2346  Hickory  La 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

OPH 

Newby,  Kenneth  G 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4286 

AN 

O’Regan,  Thomas  J 
256  N Park  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

ORS  GS 
Ostrowski,  David  M 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4285 

OBG 

Pansch,  Donald  J 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4200 

OBG 

Pansch,  Frank  N 

POB  525 

Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  722-8798 

PM 

Park,  Tai  J 

130  2nd  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)729-2050 

P 

Perssion,  Leo  B 
2771  Dudley  Dr  E,  #G 
West  Balm  Bch  FL  33406 
(305)965-2124 

OM 

Petersen,  Gordon  W 

7300  Dean  Rd,  #294 
Milwaukee  WI  53223 

P 

Petersik,  John  T 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)231-6800 

ORS 

Pilon,  Joseph  E 

POB  466 

Menasha  WI  54952 
(414)729-9300 

P 

Ping  Jr,  Er  Chang 

1627  Hickory  St 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-1773 


OBG 

Plos,  James  R 

712  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-0710 

FP  EM 

Plueddeman,  Paul  M 

Rt  2 Box  729 
Wautoma  WI  54982 
(414)787-2691 

GP  GS 

Pratt  Jr,  George  N 

1 1 1 Poplar  Ct 
Neenah  WI  54956 

US 

Quade,  Raymond  H 

Rt  1 Box  383 
Sedona  AZ  86336 

PD 

Rather! , Roger  A 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

OTO 

Raymond,  James  R 

515  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-2400 

PD 

Reilly,  G Douglas 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)727-4279 

U 

Roberts,  Richard  W 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  236-3238 

ORS  HS 
Romond,  David  H 

510  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

D 

Rozum,  L Thomas 

84  Country  Club  La 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-2654 

R 

Ryan,  Donald  J 

1642  SPark  Dr 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  722-1582 

ORS 

Sarnecki,  Jan  C 
1 1 1 E North  Water  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

IM  CD 

Scanlan,  Edward  S 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  727-4200 


WINNEBAGO— WOOD 


79 


OBG 

Schaefer,  Frederick 
1416  Commercial  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  722-7571 

GP 

Scheuermann,  Nyal  M 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-6800 

ORS 

Schmitz,  Peter  W 

2441  Forestmanor  Ct 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  722-7665 

GP  PTH 
Schwab,  Robert  L 
Rt  1 1 Holland  Dr 
Fayetteville  AR  72701 
(501)267-3063 

P 

Seay,  Margaret  J 

1135  Elmwood  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-2775 

IM 

Sickels,  William  F 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

U 

Simonson,  M James 

400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  236-3238 

GS 

Smith,  Frederick  H 

235  Grant  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

PD 

Springer,  Vincent  G 
1404  Potato  Point  Rd 
Appleton  WI  5491 1 

P CHP 

Stafford,  Richard  B 

102  Sally  La 
Neenah  WI  54956 

GS 

Steen,  Marvin  H 
POB  1171 
Carefree  AZ  85331 

OPH 

Steinitz,  Hugo  R 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

GS 

Stone,  Leslie  H 
1835  Lake  Breeze  Rd 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  235-6360 

OBG 

Strebel,  Ronald  L 
1416  S Commercial  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  729-6101 


NS 

Suechting,  Ralph  L 

240  1st  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  725-7091 

PD 

Swanson,  John  D 
41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

EM 

Taake,  E Robert 
POB  444 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  729-2060 

AN 

Talens,  Antonio  C 

924  Oak  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 

GS  TS 

Thearle,  Daniel  S 
169  E North  Water  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)  725^527 

R 

Turner,  Donald  C 

41 1 Kittiver  Ct 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)722-1582 

ORS 

Varberg,  Waldo  R 

1 1 1 E North  Water  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)725-5611 

DR  NM 
Vincent,  Robert  A 

2121  Doemel 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  722-1582 

N 

Viste  Jr,  Kenneth  M 

631  Hazel  St 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-5580 

FP 

Wagner,  Raymond  F 

160  W 22nd  Ave 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 

IM 

Weber,  William  G 

414  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-4270 

PD 

Wernberg,  Charles  E 
645  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-1680 

IM 

Weston,  Robert  L 

414  Doctors  Ct 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-4270 


AN 

Wex,  Timothy  G 
1110  Evans  St 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  233-8118 

GP 

Williams,  Earl  B 

POB  740 

Oshkosh  WI  54902 
(414)  235-0800 

IM 

Wilson,  Edwin  E 

41 1 Lincoln  St 
Neenah  WI  54956 
(414)727-4200 

R NM 
Wilson,  Eric  B 

4397  Country  Club  Rd 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  722-1582 

OBG 

Wolfgram,  Richard  C 

4596  Bell  Haven  La 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-0710 

IM 

Woodruff,  Roland  N 

650  Doctors  Pk 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  231-3737 

OBG 

Wright,  Eugene  N 
POB  300 

Butte  Des  Morts  WI  54927 
(414)  582-4777 

GS 

Zmolek,  Ernest  J 

2121  Bowen  St 
Oshkosh  WI  54901 
(414)  235-6960 


WOOD 

COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETY 


IM 

Aasen,  Mike  D 

715  E 4th  St 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

OBG 

Aberman,  David  R 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5161 

OTO 

Aguas,  Ruben  T 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5245 


IM 

Allen,  William 

400  Dewey  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 

(715)423-1300 

IM 

Almonte,  Ricardo  A 
1041  Hill  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)423-0122 

GP  IM 

Arendt,  Norbert  W 
1041  Hill  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)423-0122 

GS  CRS 

Avecilla,  Constante  S 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5321 

PTH 

Baldauf,  Mary  C 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

CLON 

Banerjee,  Tarit  K 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5416 

DR 

Baxter  Jr,  Joseph  W 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

PTH 

Beltaos,  Efstathios 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-7654 

OTO  HNS 
Bersalona,  Fernando  B 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5245 

IM  RHU 
Bjarnason,  David  F 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5190 

PD  NEP 
Blau,  Edward  B 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5251 

FP 

Boulet,  Wilbur  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5497 

IM  CD 

Browell  Jr,  John  N 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5301 


AN 

Bums  Jr,  John  L 

600  Maryknoll  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

OBG 

Burrill,  Raymond  E 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5379 

GS 

Cabaltica,  Josefino  B 

315  1st  St 

Nekoosa  WI  54457 
(715)886-3175 

IM  PUD 
Campbell,  John  A 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5319 

FP 

Canfield,  Phillip  R 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

R 

Carlson,  Robert  D 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5261 

PTH 

Chang,  Sheng-Hsiung 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-7654 

ORS 

Chen,  Hong  Mo 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

Claflin,  Katherine 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

IM 

Clasen,  Richard  W 

315  1st  St 

Nekoosa  WI  54457 
FP 

Conger,  Charles 
400  Dewey  St 
Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)423-1300 

END  IM 
Coombs,  Guerdon  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5481 

IM  GE 

Custer  Jr,  Glenn  S 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5471 


80 


WOOD 


IM  NEP 
Dart,  Richard  A 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5345 

P 

Dean,  Warwick  R 

1403  N Broadway  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

ORS 

Dietsche,  Wolfgang  O 
POB  1265 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)424-1881 

IM  PUD 

Dovenbarger,  William  V 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5319 

IM 

Edwards,  William  R 

Dept  of  IM 

Univ  of  Iowa  Hospitals 
Iowa  City  IA  52242 

OTO 

Ejercito,  Victor  S 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

IM  CD 

Emanuel,  Dean  A 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5301 

OPH 

Errico,  Charles  A 
913  W State  St 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

PM  R 

Fischer,  Herbert  K 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5327 

TS  GS 

Flachsbart,  Keith  D 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5275 

PD  N 
Frens,  David  B 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5868 

IM  HEM 

Friedenberg,  William  R 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5426 

CD  IM 
Fye,  W Bruce 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5301 


PTH 

Gani,  Kosasih  S 

812  Columbus  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5773 

CHP 

Garitano,  W Warren 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5424 

N 

Gottschalk,  Paul  G 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5351 

IM  CD 
Gouze,  Frank  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5351 

N 

Green,  Phillip  M 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5351 

R TR 

Greenlaw,  Robert  H 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5306 

PD  CD 

Griese  Jr,  George  G 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5251 

U 

Haight  Jr,  Robert  P 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5234 

IM 

Hamilton,  Gurdon  H 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5434 

PDA  A 

Hansen,  Raymond  L 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5186 

N OS 

Hansotia,  Phiroze  L 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5351 

GS 

Hardacre,  Jerry  M 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5419 


OBG 

Harkins,  Paul  G 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5206 

GS 

Harris,  Frederick  L 

515  Marathon  St 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

PD 

Heck,  Louis  J 

428  S Governor 
Iowa  City  IA  52240 

AN 

Henzig,  Dennis  A 

4458  Burr  Oaks  Tr 
Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 

IM  A 

Heywood,  Robert  M 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5186 

P 

Heywood,  William  H 

600  N Wood  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

R OS 

Hinke,  Dayton  H 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

R 

Hinke,  Marvin  L 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

R 

Hinke,  Thomas  D 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5261 

GS 

Hoehn,  James  L 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5507 

P 

Hoeper,  Edwin  W 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

AN 

Holtey,  Warren  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-7179 

OM  IM 

Horvath  Jr,  Edward  P 

1000  Westview  Dr 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5523 

Hubert,  Bruce  C 

1201  Adler  Rd 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-0117 


FP 

Huebner,  Timothy  K 
1041  Hill  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)423-0122 

PD  OBG 
Hulme,  Andrew  W 

400  Dewey  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 

(715)423-1300 

PM 

Idarraga,  Samuel 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5327 

FP 

Johnson,  Robert  L 

1041  Hill  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)423-0122 

IM  GE 

Johnson,  Sidney  E 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

OTO 

Jones,  James  K 
400  Dewey  St 
Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)421-3444 

NS 

Kelman,  Donald  B 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5297 

OTO 

Kinkella,  Albert  M 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

GE  IM 
Kirchner,  John  P 

402  Park  St 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

Knutson,  Roger  S 
Rt  4 Box  110 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

Kruger,  Robert  A 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

N 

Kruse  Jr,  Francis 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5351 

GS 

Kuehner,  Marvin  E 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5610 

OPH 

Kunkel,  James  A 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5236 


TS  GS 
Lawton,  Ben  R 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5275 

IM  ID 
Lee,  J Douglas 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5193 

IM  RHU 
Lee,  Martha  L 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5190 

FP 

Leer,  Richard  A 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5167 

OBG 

Lewis,  Russell  F 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5373 

IM 

Liss,  Paul  L 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

PD  END 
Maby,  Sharon  L 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5251 

IM 

MacDonald,  Sanford  D 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

IM 

Magnin,  George  E 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5511 

CDS  IM 
Maloney,  Patrick  M 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5301 

IM 

Maurer,  William  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5434 

IM  HEM 
Mazza,  Joseph  J 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5426 

McCormick,  Jerry  M 

1503  S Locust  Ave,  tt 6 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-0112 


WOOD 


81 


ORS 

McDonough,  John  W (DO) 

4540  Church  Ave 
Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)421-5257 

IM 

Mehr,  Michael  P 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5434 

D 

Miech,  Donald  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5311 

ORS 

Milbauer,  John  P 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5202 

IM  NM 
Miller,  Richard  W 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-7787 

FP 

Mills,  E Grady 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5168 

AN 

Miranda,  Warren  L 

1024  W Blodgett  St 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

U 

Moffat,  Nelson  A 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5233 

P 

Mulvaney,  John  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5282 

CDS  TS 
Myers,  William  O 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5275 

PD 

Nickerson,  H James 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5251 

IM  END 
Nikolai,  Thomas  F 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

IM  GE 

Norfleet,  Robert  G 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5471 


IM  GE 

Nunez-Gomes,  Jesus  F 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5471 

ORS 

O’Connor,  James  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5202 

R 

Olsen,  Thomas  G 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5261 

PD  OS 
Opitz,  James  C 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5016 

IM  OS 

Ousley,  Joseph  L 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5416 

N 

Page,  Robert  W 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5351 

IM 

Pagels,  George  A 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5434 

IM  GE 
Parent,  Kevin 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

CLP 

Park,  Jung  Kyun 

410  Dewey  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 

(715)423-6060 

IM  NEP 
Parker,  John  P 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5292 

AN 

Paulsen,  Frederic  L 

608  Marathon  Dr 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  384-9906 

IM 

Paulson,  John  K 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

AN 

Pederson,  Donald  P 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-7179 


Pesicka,  Gary 
604  E 2nd  St 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

IM 

Peterson,  Douglas  B 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5434 

GP 

Pfeiffer,  Louis  R 

315  1st  St 

Nekoosa  WI  54457 
(715)886-3175 

IM 

Phillips,  Robert  E 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5434 

Pollock,  Stephen  C 

31 1 W Kalsched,  0106 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-0249 

GP 

Pomainville,  Leland  C 

521  8th  St  S 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)423-3500 

GS 

Ponce,  Mario  V 
1041  Hill  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)423-0122 

IM 

Ponce,  Minerva  N 
1041  Hill  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)  423-0122 

PD 

Porter,  Gerald  E 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5251 

PD  N 

Ptacek,  Louis  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5868 

CDS  TS 
Ray  III,  Jefferson  F 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

GS 

Rechsteiner,  N Hans 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

PUD 

Reinecke,  Mark  E 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5319 


IM  CD 

Reinhart,  Richard  A 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5301 

PTH 

Reyes  Jr,  Cesar  N 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-7654 

GE  IM 
Rhodes,  Ross  A 

1001  W Upham  St 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

OBG 

Rice,  Thomas  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5511 

IM 

Ries,  Peter  M 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5434 

R 

Rodriguez,  Justo 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

GS 

Rosenberg,  Dirk  V 

507  W 6th  St 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-8812 

D 

Rowe,  Richard  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5311 

U 

Roy,  Michael  Y 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5232 

OBG 

Rupel,  John  W 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5161 

TR  R 

Russ,  Homer  H 

61 1 St  Joseph  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-7637 

NS 

Salibi,  Bahij  S 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5297 

CDS 

Sautter,  Richard  D 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 


GP 

Schaller,  John  W 
1041  Hill  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)423-0122 

IM  HEM 
Schloesser,  Lee  L 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5426 

D 

Schorr,  William  F 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

U 

Seelen,  Michael  C 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5231 

PTH 

Shuffstall,  Richard  M 

410  Dewey  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 

(715)423-6060 

PD  HEM 
Silberman,  Teresa 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5251 

Snyder,  Wayne  C 
865  W 17th  St 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

U 

Sorensen,  Charles  C 
420  Bruce  La 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
OPH 

Sparks,  George  M 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

GS 

Starr,  Clifford  H 

400  Dewey  St 
Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 

OBG 

Stevens,  Michael  L 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 

OPH 

Stram,  Thomas  W 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5236 

IM 

Struthers,  James  L 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5434 

IM 

Stueland,  Dean  T 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5497 


82 


WOOD 


ADL 

Suits,  John  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  W1  54449 

PD 

Sullivan,  Bradley  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  W1  54449 

AN 

Swamy,  Pandy  G 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-7179 

GS 

Swanson,  Mark  K 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-8239 

D 

Tauscheck,  Aloys  L 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-3051 

FP 

Thompson,  John  E 

315  First  St 
Nekoosa  WI  54457 
(715)886-3175 

PDS 

Toyama,  William  M 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5469 

ORS  RHU 
Treuhaft,  Paul  S 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5202 

IM  CD 

Ulmer,  Richard  H 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-9301 

NS 

Vanderspek,  Hans  G 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5297 

GS 

Vedder,  Charles  A 
619  Laurel  Ct 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  384-2725 

PD 

Vedder,  James  S 
POB  664 

Marshfield  WI  54449 
GS 

Vicente,  Rene  S 
1041  Hill  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 


FP 

Vos,  Marvin  A 

400  Dewey  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 

IM  CD 
Voss,  Dieter  M 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-5301 

PD  GEN 
Wagner,  Stephen  F 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5251 

IM  ID 

Walters,  Edward  W 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5193 

IM  RHU 

Washington,  William  L 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5190 


ORS 

Wasserman,  Antolio  G 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5202 

NM  IM 
Weir  Jr,  G John 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)  387-7787 

IM 

Wesbrook,  Frederic  P 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5434 

GS 

Williams,  Gail  H 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5609 

IM 

Wilson,  Janet  A 

400  Dewey  St 

Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 

(715)423-1300 


DR  R 

Winch,  Thomas  R 

410  Dewey  St 
Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 

IM  NEP 

Winemiller,  Robert  H 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5345 

IM 

Wittman,  William  J 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5511 

GP  OBG 
Wood,  Charles  F 

1221  48th  St,  S 
Wisconsin  Rapids  WI  54494 
(715)423-5454 

IM  GE 
Wyman,  John  B 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5471 


AN 

Yun,  Moon  Gil 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-7179 

N CHN 

Zinsmeister,  Stephen  C 

1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 
(715)387-5868 

IM  OS 

Zurek,  Wladyslaw  Z 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield  WI  54449 


Number  of  members  by  county  medical  society 

as  of  December  31,  1981 


Ashland-Bayfield-Iron 36 

Barron- Washburn-Burnett  41 

Brown 194 

Calumet  11 

Chippewa 37 

Clark 13 

Columbia-Marquette-Adams  31 

Crawford  4 

Dane 679 

Dodge 48 

Door-Kewaunee 26 

Douglas  24 

Eau  Claire-Dunn-Pepin  142 

Fond  du  Lac 95 

Forest  2 

Grant  22 

Green  60 

Green  Lake-Waushara 19 

Iowa  8 

Jefferson 47 

Juneau  10 

Kenosha  105 

LaCrosse  175 

Lafayette  1 

Langlade 11 

Lincoln 21 

Manitowoc 65 

Marathon  130 

Marinette-Florence 27 

Milwaukee  1403 

Monroe 15 

Oconto  9 

Oneida-Vilas 66 


Outagamie  149 

Ozaukee  29 

Pierce-St  Croix 41 

Polk  22 

Portage 47 

Price-Taylor  16 

Racine 144 

Richland 14 

Rock  127 

Rusk  10 

Sauk  28 

Sawyer  6 

Shawano 18 

Sheboygan  100 

Trempealeau-Jackson-Buffalo  21 

Vernon  15 

Walworth 29 

Washington  56 

Waukesha 258 

Waupaca  29 

Winnebago 185 

Wood  192 


Total  5113 


THE  STATE  MEDICAL  SOCIETY  OF  WISCONSIN 

Created  by  the  Territorial  Legislature  in  1841.  . .representing  nearly  5,000  member  physicians  in  Wisconsin,  com- 
prising 55  county  medical  societies  and  23  medical  specialty  sections.  The  purpose  of  the  Society  is  to  “bring  together 
the  physicians  of  the  State  of  Wisconsin  to  advance  the  science  and  art  of  medicine  and  the  better  health  of  the  people 
of  Wisconsin,  and  to  secure  the  enactment  and  enforcement  of  just  medical  laws.”  The  major  activities  of  the  Society 
include  continuing  medical  education,  peer  review,  legislation,  community  health  education,  scientific  affairs,  socio- 
economics, health  planning,  services  for  physicians,  operation  of  a Charitable,  Educational  and  Scientific  Foundation, 
and  publication  of  the  Wisconsin  Medical  Journal. 


OFFICERS  OF  THE  SOCIETY 
PRESIDENT:  A Ibert  J Motzel  Jr,  MD,  Waukesha 
PRESIDENT-ELECT:  Gerald  C Kempthorne,  MD , 

Spring  Green 

secretary-general  MANAGER:  Earl  R Thayer,  Madison 
treasurer:  John  J Foley,  MD,  Menomonee  Falls 

BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS 

chairman:  Darold  A Treffert,  MD,  Fond  du  Lac 

vice  chairman:  Timothy  T Flaherty,  MD,  Neenah 

FIRST  DISTRICT:  Kenosha,  Milwaukee,  Ozaukee,  Racine, 

Walworth,  Washington,  Waukesha  counties 

John  P Mullooly,  MD,  Milwaukee 

Jerome  IV  Fons  Jr,  MD,  Cudahy 

Carl  S Eisenberg,  MD,  Milwaukee 

Wayne  J Boulanger,  MD,  Milwaukee 

Thomas  A Hofbauer,  MD,  Menomonee  Falls 

Wayne  H Konetzki,  MD,  Waukesha 

William  A Nielsen,  MD,  West  Bend 

Irwin  J Bruhn,  MD,  Walworth 

Fredrick  Wood  Jr,  MD,  Kenosha 

William  L Treacy,  MD,  Milwaukee 

SECOND  DISTRICT:  Adams,  Columbia,  Dane,  Dodge, 

Grant,  Green,  Iowa,  Jefferson,  Lafayette,  Marquette, 

Richland,  Rock,  Sauk  counties 

J D Kabler,  MD,  Madison 

Cyril  M Hetsko,  MD,  Madison 

James  J Tydrich,  MD,  Richland  Center 

Allen  O Tuftee,  MD,  Beloit 

William  P Crowley  Jr,  MD,  Madison 

THIRD  DISTRICT:  Buffalo,  Crawford,  Jackson,  Juneau, 
LaCrosse,  Monroe,  Trempealeau,  Vernon  counties 
Pauline  M Jackson,  MD  LaCrosse 

FOURTH  DISTRICT:  Clark,  Florence,  Forest,  Langlade, 
Lincoln,  Marathon,  Oneida,  Portage,  Price,  Taylor, 

Vilas,  Wood  counties 

John  J Kief,  MD,  Rhinelander 

Jung  K Park,  MD,  Wisconsin  Rapids 


FIFTH  DISTRICT:  Calumet,  Fond  du  Lac,  Green  Lake, 
Outagamie,  Waupaca,  Waushara,  Winnebago  counties 
Darold  A Treffert,  MD,  Fond  du  Lac 
Timothy  T Flaherty,  MD,  Neenah 

SIXTH  DISTRICT:  Brown,  Door,  Kewaunee,  Manitowoc, 
Marinette,  Menominee,  Oconto,  Shawano,  Sheboygan 
counties 

Roger  L von  Heimburg,  MD,  Green  Bay 
Irvin  L Schroeder,  MD,  Plymouth 

SEVENTH  DISTRICT:  Barron,  Chippewa,  Dunn,  Eau  Claire, 
Pepin,  Pierce,  Polk,  Rusk,  St  Croix,  Burnett,  Washburn 
counties 

Paul  S Haskins,  MD,  River  Falls 

EIGHTH  DISTRICT:  Ashland,  Bayfield,  Douglas,  Iron, 
Sawyer  counties 

Joseph  M Jauquet,  MD,  Ashland 

President  Motzel;  President-elect  Kempthorne; 
Past  President  Russell  F Lewis,  MD,  Marshfield; 
Speaker  Duane  W Taebel,  MD,  La  Crosse;  and 
V ice  Speaker  Chesley  P Erwin,  MD,  Milwaukee 

DELEGATES  TO  THE  AMERICAN  MEDICAL 
ASSOCIATION 

Gerald  J Derus,  MD,  Madison 
Henry  F Twelmeyer,  MD,  Wauwatosa 
John  K Scott,  MD.  Madison 
Patricia  J Stuff,  MD,  Bonduel 
DeLore  Williams,  MD,  West  Allis 


ALTERNATES  TO  THE  AMA 
Richard  W Edwards,  MD,  Richland  Center 
Warren  H Williamson,  MD,  Racine 
Cornelius  A Natoli,  MD,  LaCrosse 
John  R McKenzie  Jr,  MD,  Oshkosh 
John  D Riesch,  MD,  Menomonee  Falls 


330  East  Lakeside  Street  (PO  Box  1 1 09),  Madison,  Wisconsin  53701  / Telephone:  (608)  257-6781 


COUNTY  MEDICAL  SOCIETIES 

Presidents  (P)  and  Secretaries  (S);  Executive  Secretaries  (ES),  Treasurers  (T),  and  Executive  Vice  Presidents  (EVP) 


ASHLAND-BAYFIELD-IRON 

P — Edward  M Vernier,  MD 
2101  Beaser  Ave,  f/9 
Ashland,  WI  54806 
S — (vacant) 

BARRON-WASHBURN- 

BURNETT 

P — Donald  E Riemer,  MD 
PO  Box  127 
Cumberland,  Wl  54829 
S — Mark  T Nymo,  MD 
1020  Lake  St 
Rice  Lake,  WI  54868 

BROWN 

P— Donald  R Sipes,  MD 
1061  W Mason  St 
Green  Bay,  WI  54303 
S — James  R Mattson,  MD 
501  S Military  Ave 
Green  Bay,  Wl  54301 
T — Roger  C Wargin,  MD 
POB  3875 

Green  Bay,  WI  54303 
ES — Ms  Bernice  Mangless 
501  S Military  Ave 
Green  Bay,  WI  54301 

CALUMET 

P — Arturo  M Ylagan,  MD 
26  School  St 
Chilton,  WI  53014 
S — James  C Pinney,  MD 
507-C  West  Main  St 
Hilbert,  WI  54129 

CHIPPEWA 

P — Romeo  B Sangalang,  MD 
Rt  5 

Chippewa  Falls,  WI  54729 
S — Richard  D Kennedy,  MD 
3203  Stein  Blvd 
Eau  Claire,  WI  54701 


CLARK 

P — Narasimhulu  Neelagaru,  MD 
1 10  Park  St 
Neillsville,  WI  54456 
S— Frederico  P Gregorio,  MD 
216  Sunset  Place 
Neillsville,  WI  54456 


COLUMBIA-MARQUETTE 

ADAMS 

P — Ramakrishnan  Sankaran,  MD 
POB  10 

Friendship,  WI  53934 

S — Richard  E Christianson,  MD 

916  Silver  Lake  Dr 

Portage,  WI  53901 

ES — Mrs  Elayne  Hanson 

POB  352 

Portage,  WI  53901 


CRAWFORD 

P — Thomas  F Farrell,  MD 
323  S Beaumont  Rd 
Prairie  du  Chien,  WI  53821 
S — Michael  S Garrity,  MD 
610  East  Taylor  St 
Prairie  du  Chien,  WI  53821 

DANE 

P — Alwin  E Schultz,  MD 
222  N Midvale  Blvd 
Madison,  Wl  53705 
S — Richard  D Lindgren,  MD 
6003  Greentree  Rd 
Madison,  WI  53711 

DODGE 

P — James  S Berry,  MD 
130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam,  WI  53916 
S— Vicki  R Prell,  MD 
130  Warren  St 
Beaver  Dam,  WI  53916 

DOOR-KEWAUNEE 

P — Ferrin  C Holmes,  MD 
PO  Box  447 

Sturgeon  Bay,  WI  54235 
S — Michael  R McFadden,  MD 
PO  Box  447 

Sturgeon  Bay,  WI  54235 

DOUGLAS 

P— William  D Berg,  MD 
2430  Logan  Ave 
Superior,  WI  54880 
S — John  F Franco,  MD 
3600  Tower  Ave 
Superior,  WI  54880 

EAU  CLAIRE-DUNN-PEPIN 
P— Thomas  J Doyle  Jr,  MD 
3203  Stein  Blvd 
Eau  Claire,  WI  54701 
S — Gene  G Enders,  MD 
733  W Clairemont  Ave 
Eau  Claire,  WI  54701 

FOND  DU  LAC 

P — Douglas  R Fownes,  MD 
505  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac,  WI  54935 
S — Gay  D Trepanier,  MD 
481  E Division  St 
Fond  du  Lac,  WI  54935 
T — John  C Swan,  MD 
Mount  Calvary,  WI  53057 


FOREST 

P— Enzo  F Castaldo,  MD 
Laona,  WI  54541 
S — Burton  S Rathert,  MD 
101  West  Washington 
Crandon,  WI  54520 


GRANT 

P — John  M McKichan,  MD 
1370  North  Water  St 
Platteville,  WI  53818 
S — Robert  E Stader,  MD 
235  North  Madison 
Lancaster,  WI  53813 

GREEN 

P — Geoffrey  L Tullett,  MD 
1515  Tenth  St 
Monroe,  WI  53566 
S — George  E Breadon,  MD 
15 15  Tenth  St 
Monroe,  WI  53566 

GREEN  LAKE- WAUSHARA 

P — Alonzo  R Giminez,  MD 
PO  Box  350 
Berlin,  WI  54923 
S — Michael  E Tieman,  MD 
Rt  2 

Berlin,  WI  54923 

IOWA 

P — Timothy  A Correll,  MD 
109  West  Fountain  St 
Dodgeville,  WI  53533 
S — Harald  P L Breier,  MD 
PO  Box  185 
Montfort,  WI  53569 

JEFFERSON 

P— Frederick  C Gemmels,  DO 
123  Hospital  Dr 
Watertown,  WI  53094 
S — Bruce  J Cochrane,  MD 
123  Hospital  Dr 
Watertown,  WI  53094 

JUNEAU 

P — Clayton  L Weston,  MD 
600  South  Monroe 
New  Lisbon,  WI  53950 
S — Jack  Strong,  MD 
1040  Division  St 
Mauston,  WI  53948 

KENOSHA 

P — Lee  H Huberty,  MD 
8747  First  Ave 
Kenosha  WI  53140 
S— Anoo  P Patel,  MD 
5942  Sixth  Ave 
Kenosha,  WI  53140 
ES — Mr  James  Splitek 
5942  Sixth  Ave 
Kenosha,  WI  53142 


LA  CROSSE 

P — Stephen  B Webster,  MD 
1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse,  WI  54601 
S — Thomas  P Lathrop,  MD 
1836  South  Ave 
La  Crosse,  WI  54601 


LAFAYETTE 

LANGLADE 

P — John  E McKenna,  MD 

PO  Box  400 

Antigo,  WI  54409 

S — Theodore  C Fox,  MD 

213  Fifth  Ave 

Antigo,  WI  54409 

LINCOLN 

P — Geoffrey  C Kloster,  MD 
1205  O’Day  St 
Merrill,  WI  54452 
S — Nunilo  L Bugarin,  MD 
221  East  Washington  Ave 
Tomahawk,  WI  54487 

MANITOWOC 
P — Thomas  A Keller,  MD 
21st  & Western  Ave 
Manitowoc,  WI  54220 
S — Steven  D Driggers,  MD 
600  York  St 
Manitowoc,  WI  54220 

MARATHON 

P — TeoFilo  O Odulio,  MD 
333  Pine  Ridge  Blvd 
Wausau,  WI  54401 
S — Mary  Jo  Freeman,  MD 
2727  Plaza  Dr 
Wausau,  WI  54401 

MARINETTE-FLORENCE 

P — Kenneth  G Pinegar,  MD 
2500  Hall  Ave 
Marinette,  WI  54143 
S — Steven  H Hoyme,  MD 
801  Wells  St 
Marinette,  WI  54143 

MILWAUKEE 

P — Charles  W Landis,  MD 
2350  N Lake  Dr 
Milwaukee,  WI  53211 
S — Marvin  Glicklich,  MD 
41 1 E Mason  St 
Milwaukee,  WI  53202 
EVP— Mr  Michael  McManus 
41 1 E Mason  St 
Milwaukee,  WI  53202 

MONROE 

P — Gustave  A Landmann,  MD 

PO  Box  729 

Tomah,  WI  54660 

S — Jack  D Brown,  MD 

POB  250 

Sparta,  WI  54656 


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OCONTO 

P — Kenneth  L Strebe,  MD 

103  John  St 

Oconto  Falls,  WI  54154 
S — Clyde  E Siefert,  MD 
164  North  Main  St 
Oconto  Falls,  WI  54154 

ONEIDA-VILAS 

P — Benn  A Haynes,  MD 
830  Messer  St 
Rhinelander,  WI  54501 
S — Daniel  L Johnson,  MD 
Rt  1,  Box  705 
Rhinelander,  WI  54501 

OUTAGAMIE 

P — James  C Bergwall,  MD 
217  W Cedar  St 
Hortonville,  WI  54944 
S — John  R Lindstrom,  MD 
900  E Grant  St 
Appleton,  WI  5491 1 

OZAUKEE 

P — M Thomas  Chemotti,  MD 
N94  W6539  Fieldcrest 
Cedarburg,  WI  53012 

S — Thomas  J Shewczyk,  MD 
W62  N563  Washington  Ave 
Cedarburg,  WI  53012 

PIERCE-ST  CROIX 

P — Colin  J Drury,  MD 

821  West  8th  St 

New  Richmond,  WI  54017 

S — David  M Woeste,  MD 

409  Spruce  St 

River  Falls,  WI  54022 

POLK 

P — William  R Byrne,  MD 
127  Keller  Ave,  North 
Amery,  WI  54001 
S— William  W Young,  MD 

104  Adams  St  South 

St  Croix  Falls,  WI  54024 

PORTAGE 

P— David  E Enerson,  MD 
1201  S00  Marie  Ave 
Stevens  Point,  WI  54481 
S — Joseph  F Jarabek,  MD 
2501  Main  St 
Stevens  Point,  WI  54481 

PRICE-TAYLOR 

P — (vacant) 

S— Walther  W Meyer,  MD 
101  North  Gibson  Ave 
Medford,  WI  54451 


RACINE 

P — Victoriano  A Baylon,  MD 

3801  Spring  St 

Racine,  WI  53405 

S — Indur  B Wadhwani,  MD 

3803  Spring  St,  ^04 

Racine,  WI  53405 

T — Carroll  M Martin,  MD 

407  13th  St 

Racine,  WI  53403 

ES — Mr  John  M Bjelajac 

POB  592 

Racine,  WI  53401 

RICHLAND 

P — Dale  F Sinnett,  MD 
Rt  #4 

Richland  Center,  WI  53581 
S — L Maramon  Pippin,  MD 
1313  West  Seminary  St 
Richland  Center,  WI  53581 

ROCK 

P — William  N Brandt,  MD 
POB  551 

Janesville,  WI  53545 
S — Arthur  C Platz,  Jr,  MD 
580  N Washington  St 
Janesville,  WI  53545 

RUSK 

P — Howard  T Chatterton,  MD 
906  W College  Ave 
Ladysmith,  WI  54848 
S — Norman  A Desbiens,  MD 
906  W College  Ave 
Ladysmith,  WI  54848 

SAUK 

P — James  R Damos,  MD 
1900  North  Dewey  Ave 
Reedsburg,  WI  53959 
S — Michael  R Schonfeld,  MD 
1900  North  Dewey  Ave 
Reedsburg,  WI  53959 

SAWYER 

P — Lloyd  M Baertsch,  MD 
Rt  6,  Box  700 
Hayward,  WI  54843 
S — Paul  Strapon  III,  MD 
Rt  6,  Box  700 
Hayward,  WI  54843 

SHAWANO 
P— John  D Hart,  MD 
1 17  E Green  Bay  St 
Shawano,  WI  54166 
S — Alois  J Sebesta,  MD 
1 26 'A  South  Main  St 
POB  311 

Shawano,  WI  54166 


SHEBOYGAN 

P — James  B Kuplic,  MD 
1226  N Eighth 
Sheboygan,  WI  53081 
S — James  L Weygandt,  MD 
Kohler  Company 
Kohler,  WI  53044 

TREMPEALEAU-JACKSON- 

BUFFALO 

P — Elmer  P Rohde,  MD 
Rt  2 

GalesviUe,  WI  54630 
S — James  J Dickman  II,  MD 
610  West  Adams  St 
Black  River  Falls,  WI  54615 

VERNON 

P— Phillips  T Bland,  MD 
100  Melby  St 
Westby,  WI  54667 
S— DeVerne  W Vig,  MD 
125  West  Jefferson 
Viroqua,  WI  54665 

WALWORTH 

P — (vacant) 

S — James  V Seegers,  MD 
104  S Wisconsin  St 
Elkhorn,  WI  53121 


WASHINGTON 

P— William  M Claybaugh,  MD 

N75  W22423  Chestnut  Hill  Rd 

Sussex,  WI  53089 

S — James  D Froehlich,  MD 

322  South  10th  Ave 

West  Bend,  WI  53095 

WAUKESHA 

P — Michael  R McCormick,  MD 
102  E Main  St 
Waukesha,  WI  53186 
S— Richard  C Zimmerman,  MD 
N89  W16785  Appleton  Ave 
Menomonee  Falls,  WI  53051 
T — Thomas  J Dougherty,  MD 
1 1 1 1 Delafield  St 
Waukesha,  WI  53186 
ES — Mr  Robert  Herzog 
850  Elm  Grove  Rd 
Elm  Grove,  WI  53122 

WAUPACA 

P— D Mark  Lochner,  MD 
POB  387 

Waupaca,  WI  54981 
S — Donn  D Fuhrman,  MD 
1420  Algoma  St 
New  London,  WI  54961 


WINNEBAGO 

P — M James  Simonson,  MD 
400  Ceape  Ave 
Oshkosh,  WI  54901 
S — Roy  E Buck,  MD 
111  E North  Water  St 
Neenah,  WI  54956 

WOOD 

P — John  W McDonough,  DO 
4540  Church  Ave 
Wisconsin  Rapids,  WI  54494 
S — William  J Maurer,  MD 
1000  N Oak  Ave 
Marshfield,  WI  54449  ■ 


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BOARD  DISTRICTS  AND  DIRECTORS 


District  Director 

1 —  John  P Mullooly,  MD,  Milwaukee 
Jerome  W Fons  Jr,  MD,  Cudahy 
Carl  S Eisenberg,  MD,  Milwaukee 
Wayne  J Boulanger,  MD,  Milwaukee 
Thomas  A Hofbauer,  MD,  Menomonee  Falls 
Wayne  H Konetzki,  MD,  Waukesha 
William  A Nielsen,  MD,  West  Bend 

Irwin  J Bruhn,  MD,  Walworth 
Fredrick  Wood  Jr,  MD,  Kenosha 
William  LTreacy,  MD,  Milwaukee 

2—  J D Kabler,  MD,  Madison 
Cyril  M Hetsko,  MD,  Madison 
James  J Tydrich,  MD,  Richland  Center 
Allen  O Tuftee,  MD,  Beloit 

William  P Crowley  Jr,  MD,  Madison 


3—  Pauline  M Jackson,  MD  LaCrosse 

4—  John  J Kief,  MD,  Rhinelander 
Jung  K Park,  MD,  Wisconsin  Rapids 

5—  Darold  A Treffert,  MD,  Fond  du  Lac 
Timothy  T Flaherty,  MD,  Neenah 

6—  Roger  L von  Heimburg,  MD,  Green  Bay 
Irvin  L Schroeder,  MD,  Plymouth 

7—  Paul  S Haskins,  MD,  River  Falls 

8—  Joseph  M Jauquet,  MD,  Ashland 


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What  can 

advanced  technology 
do  for  you? 


Save  you  and  your  staff 
time  ...  so  you  can  do 
what  you  do  best. 

Cost-efficient  business 
administration 

The  Advanced  Technology 
Associates  medical  computer 
system  presents  you  with  an 
opportunity  to  improve  the 
efficiency  of  your  medical  practice 
while  at  the  same  time  actually 
decreasing  the  costs  of  operating 
your  business.  Now  you  can  enjoy 
the  convenience  of  letting  an  ATA 
system  do  quickly  and  accurately 
the  time-consuming  jobs  everyone 
else  in  you  office  dislikes  to  do, 
everything  from  preparing 
insurance  forms  to  searching  for 
overdue  accounts. 


Cost  Comparison  between  ATA  and  two  computer  billing  services. 


1 23456789  10  AVERAGE  COST 

YEARS 


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Simply  stated,  the  ATA  medical  computer  system 
can  handle  all  the  details  of  your  daily  business 
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more  seriously  on  your  backhand  or  to  get  re- 
acquainted with  your  family. 


The  resources  of  experience 

Since  1976  independent  Milwaukee-based  ATA 
has  established  a national  reputation  in  the 
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system. 


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Those  doctors  and  clinics  who  have  already 
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services. 


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Milwaukee,  Wisconsin  53208 


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EXCLUSIVES 


YOUR  FIRST  STEP  TO  FIRST  QUALITY  PROTECTION 

CONTACT  FIELD  REPRESENTATIVES 
Elm  Grove  Office 

JEROME  E.  KRONSNOBLE  and  WILLIAM  E.  HERTE 
850  North  Elm  Grove  Road,  Elm  Grove,  Wisconsin  53122 
(414)  784-3780 


First  Class 
First  Aid 


• Broad-spectrum  antibacterial  • 


Handy  applicator  tip 


DESCRIPTION:  Each  gram  contains  Aerosporin " (Polymyxin  B Sulfate)  5,000  units, 
bacitracin  zinc  400  units,  neomycin  sultate  5 mo  (equivalent  to  3.5  mg  neomycin  base), 
special  white  petrolatum  qs,  in  tubes  of  1 oz  ana  '/2  oz  and  '/n  oz  (approx ) foil  packets 
INDICATIONS:  Therapeutically  (as  an  adjunct  to  systemic  therapy  when  indicated),  for 
topical  infections,  primary  or  secondary,  due  to  susceptible  organisms,  as  in  • infected 
burns,  skin  grafts,  surgical  incisions,  otitis  externa  • primary  pyodermas  (impetigo, 
ecthyma,  sycosis  vulgaris,  paronychia)  • secondarily  infected  dermatoses  (eczema,  herpes, 
and  seborrheic  dermatitis)  • traumatic  lesions,  inflamed  or  suppurating  as  a result  of 
bacterial  infection  Prophylactically.  the  ointment  may  be  used  to  prevent  bacterial  contami- 
nation in  burns,  skin  grafts,  incisions,  and  other  clean  lesions  For  abrasions,  minor  cuts 
and  wounds  accidentally  incurred,  its  use  may  prevent  the  development  of  infection  and 
permit  wound  healing 

CONTRAINDICATIONS:  Not  for  use  in  the  eyes  or  in  the  external  ear  canal 
if  the  eardrum  is  perforated  This  product  is  contraindicated  In  those  individuals 
who  have  shown  hypersensitivity  to  any  of  Its  components 
WARNING:  Because  of  the  potential  hazard  of  nephrotoxicity  and  ototoxicity  due 
to  neomycin,  care  should  be  exercised  when  using  this  product  in  treating  extensive  rg 
burns,  trophic  ulceration  and  other  extensive  conditions  where  absorption  of  neo- 


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mycin  is  possible  In  burns  where  more  than  20  percent  of  the  body  surface  is  affected, 
especially  if  the  patient  has  impaired  renal  function  or  Is  receiving  other  aminoglycoside 
antibiotics  concurrently,  not  more  than  one  application  a day  is  recommended. 

When  using  neomycin-containing  products  to  control  secondary  infection  in  the  chronic 
dermatoses,  it  should  be  borne  in  mind  that  the  skin  is  more  liable  to  become  sensitized  to 
many  substances,  including  neomycin  The  manifestation  of  sensitization  to  neomycin  is 
usually  a low  grade  reddening  with  swelling,  dry  scaling  and  itching,  it  may  be  manifest  simply 
as  a failure  to  heal  During  long-term  use  of  neomycin-containing  products,  periodic  exami- 
nation for  such  signs  is  advisable  and  the  patient  should  be  told  to  discontinue  the  product 
if  they  are  observed  These  symptoms  regress  quickly  on  withdrawing  the  medication 
Neomycin-containing  applications  should  be  avoided  for  that  patient  thereafter 
PRECAUTIONS:  As  with  other  antibacterial  preparations,  prolonged  use  may  result  in 
overgrowth  of  nonsusceptible  organisms,  including  fungi  Appropriate  measures 
should  be  taken  if  this  occurs 


AOVERSE  REACTIONS:  Neomycin  is  a not  uncommon  cutaneous  sensitizer.  Articles 
in  the  current  literature  indicate  an  increase  In  the  prevalence  of  persons  allergic  to 
/ Burrough.wenco'neC0  neomycin  Ototoxicity  and  nephrotoxicity  have  been  reported  (see  Warning  section) 

North  Carolina  27709  Complete  literature  available  on  request  from  Professional  Services  Dept  PML 


uproren 


compare  the  analgesic  effect 

A Motrin  400  mg  dose  relieved  postsurgical  dental  pain  as  effectively  as  a combination 
of 650  mg  aspirin  and  60  mg  codeine  (twoaspirin-with-codeine  No.  3 tablets)  in  a study  of  129  patients. 

In  this  double-blind,  placebo-controlled,  randomized  study,  no  statistically  significant  difference 
in  relief  of  pain  was  noted  at  1, 2,  and  4 hours  between  the  Motrin  and  aspirin-with-codeine  groups . . . 
with  Motrin  being  significantly  more  effective  (p  = 0.03)  at  the  three-hour  interval. 

Active  treatment  was  significantly  more  effective  (p  < 0.0001)  than  placebo  at  all  time  intervals. 


Comparison  of  pain  relief 

Motrin  vs  aspirin-codeine  combination 

4 = Excellent  relief  3 = Good  relief  2 = Fair  relief  1 = Poor  relief  0 = No  relief 

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Motrin  400  mg 

Aspirin  650  mg  plus  codeine  60  mg 
Placebo 


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1st  hour  2nd  hour 

Time  after  drug  administration  (hours) 


3rd  hour  4th  hour 

Data  on  file  at  The  Upjohn  Company. 


One  tablet  q4-6h  prn 
For  relief  of  mild  to  moderate  pain: 

Motrin  400  mg 

ibuprofen,  Upjohn 

• Not  a narcotic  • Not  addictive  • Not  habit  forming  • Nonscheduled 
•Acts  peripherally  • Relieves  pain  rapidly  • Relieves  inflammation  • Indicated 
in  acute  and  chronic  pain  • Well  tolerated  (The  most  common  side  effect 
with  Motrin  is  mild  gastrointestinal  disturbance.) 


Please  turn  the  page  for  a brief  summary  of  prescribing  information. 


Upjohn 


MOtrin  (ibuprofen) 

now  proved  an 
effective  analgesic  for 
mild  to  moderate  pain 

Motrin"  Tablets  (ibuprofen,  Upjohn) 

Indications  and  Usage:  Relief  of  mild  to  moderate  pain 
Treatment  of  signs  and  symptoms  of  rheumatoid  arthritis  and  osteoarthritis  during 
acute  flares  and  in  long-term  management  Safety  and  efficacy  have  not  been  estab- 
lished in  Functional  Class  IV  rheumatoid  arthritis. 

Contraindications:  Individuals  hypersensitive  to  it,  or  with  the  syndrome  of  nasal 
polyps,  angioedema  and  bronchospastic  reactivity  to  aspirin  or  other  nonsteroidal 
anti-inflammatory  agents  (see  WARNINGS) 

Warnings:  Anaphylactoid  reactions  have  occurred  in  patients  with  aspirin  hypersen- 
sitivity (see  CONTRAINDICATIONS) 

Peptic  ulceration  and  gastrointestinal  bleeding,  sometimes  severe,  have  been 
reported  Ulceration,  perforation,  and  bleeding  may  end  fatally  An  association  has  not 
been  established  Motrin  should  be  given  under  close  supervision  to  patients  with  a 
history  of  upper  gastrointestinal  tract  disease,  only  after  consulting  ADVERSE 
REACTIONS 

In  patients  with  active  peptic  ulcer  and  active  rheumatoid  arthritis,  nonulcerogemc 
drugs,  such  as  gold,  should  be  tried.  If  Motrin  must  be  given,  the  patient  should  be  under 
close  supervision  for  signs  of  ulcer  perforation  or  gastrointestinal  bleeding 
Precautions:  Blurred  and/or  diminished  vision,  scotomata,  and/or  changes  in  color 
vision  have  been  reported  If  these  develop,  discontinue  Motrin  and  the  patient  should 
have  an  ophthalmologic  examination,  including  central  visual  fields 
Fluid  retention  and  edema  have  been  associated  with  Motrin;  use  with  caution  in 
patients  with  a history  of  cardiac  decompensation 
Motrin  can  inhibit  platelet  aggregation  and  prolong  bleeding  time  Use  with  caution  in 
persons  with  intrinsic  coagulation  defects  and  those  on  anticoagulant  therapy 
Patients  should  report  signs  or  symptoms  of  gastrointestinal  ulceration  or  bleeding, 
blurred  vision  or  other  eye  symptoms,  skin  rash,  weight  gain,  or  edema 
To  avoid  exacerbation  of  disease  or  adrenal  insufficiency,  patients  on  prolonged 
corticosteroid  therapy  should  have  therapy  tapered  slowly  when  Motrin  is  added 
Drug  interactions.  Aspirin  Used  concomitantly  may  decrease  Motrin  blood  levels 
Coumann  Bleeding  has  been  reported  in  patients  taking  Motrin  and  coumarin 
Pregnancy  and  nursing  mothers:  Motrin  should  not  be  taken  during  pregnancy  nor  by 
nursing  mothers. 

Adverse  Reactions 
Incidence  greater  than  7% 

Gastrointestinal:  The  most  frequent  type  of  adverse  reaction  occurring  with  Motrin  is 
gastrointestinal  (4%  to  16%).  This  includes  nausea,  epigastric  pain,  heartburn; 
diarrhea,  abdominal  distress,  nauseaand  vomiting,  indigestion,  constipation,  abdominal 
cramps  or  pain,  fullness  of  the  Gl  tract  (bloating  and  flatulence)  Central  Nervous  System: 
Dizziness,  headache,  nervousness  Dermatologic:  Rash  (including  maculopapular 
type),  pruritus  Special  Senses:  Tinnitus  Metabolic:  Decreased  appetite,  edema,  fluid 
retention  Fluid  retention  generally  responds  promptly  to  drug  discontinuation  (see 
PRECAUTIONS) 

Incidence  3%  to  9%. 

Incidence  less  than  I in  100 

Gastrointestinal:  Upper  Gl  ulcer  with  bleeding  and/or  perforation,  hemorrhage,  melena 
Central  Nervous  System:  Depression,  insomnia  Dermatologic:  Vesiculobullous  erup- 
tions, urticaria,  erythema  multiforme  Cardiovascular:  Congestive  heart  failure  in 
patients  with  marginal  cardiac  function,  elevated  blood  pressure  Special  Senses: 
Amblyopia  (see  PRECAUTIONS)  Hematologic:  Leukopenia,  decreased  hemoglobin  and 
hematocrit 

Causal  relationship  unknown 

Gastrointestinal:  Hepatitis,  jaundice,  abnormal  liver  function  Central  Nervous  System: 
Paresthesias,  hallucinations,  dream  abnormalities  Dermatologic:  Alopecia,  Stevens- 
Johnson  syndrome  Special  Senses:  Conjunctivitis,  diplopia,  optic  neuritis  Hematologic: 
Hemolytic  anemia,  thrombocytopenia,  granulocytopenia,  bleeding  episodes.  Allergic: 
Fever,  serum  sickness,  lupus  erythematosus  syndrome.  Endocrine:  Gynecomastia, 
hypoglycemia  Cardiovascular:  Arrhythmias.  Renal:  Decreased  creatinine  clearance, 
polyuria,  azotemia. 

Overdosage:  In  cases  of  acute  overdosage,  the  stomach  should  be  emptied  The  drug 
is  acidic  ana  excreted  in  the  urine,  so  alkaline  diuresis  may  be  beneficial 
Dosage  and  Administration:  Rheumatoid  arthritis  and  osteoarthritis,  including 
flares  of  chronic  disease  Suggested  dosage  is  300  400.  or  600  mg  1 1 d or  q i d 
Mild  to  moderate  pain  400  mg  every  4 to  6 hours  as  necessary  for  relief  of  pain 
Do  not  exceed  2400  mg  per  day 

Caution:  Federal  law  prohibits  dispensing  without  prescription 

For  additional  product  information,  see  your  Upjohn  representative  or  consult  the 

package  insert 


Upjohn 


THE  UPJOHN  COMPANY 
Kalamazoo,  Michigan  49001  USA 


MED  B 4-S 


I s a myth  that  arthritis  is  just 
the  minor  aches  and  pains  of 
old  age.  It's  a major  crippler 
that  attacks.  Anybody.  Anytime. 

31  million  Americans  have  it.  There 
are  almost  a million  new  cases  a year. 
And  six  out  of  ten  are  under  60. 
Symptoms  can  come  and  go  for 
years.  So  if  you  don't  know  the 
warning  signals,  find  out.  If  you'd  like 
information  that  could  help  you  — or 
you'd  like  to  help  us 
write  to  the  Arthritis 
Foundation,  Box 
19000,  Atlanta, 

GA  30326. 


A 

ARTHRITIS 

FOUNDATION 


J-8260-4 


MARCH  1981 


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Physicians  Exchange 


Family  Practice  opportunity  in  branch  clinic  of  the  Albert 
Lea  Clinic,  PA,  at  New  Richland,  Minnesota.  This  is  an  out- 
standing opportunity  for  a rural  physician  to  be  associated  with 
an  old  established  group  practice  that  has  a new  and  estab- 
lished facility  in  its  peripheral  community.  The  Albert  Lea 
Clinic,  PA,  is  a sixteen-man  multispecialty  group  in  primary 
and  secondary  care  fields.  Top  salary  is  available  the  first  year. 
Senior  physician  participation  beginning  at  the  end  of  the  first 
year  with  an  incentive  income  distribution  plan.  Low  cost  buy- 
in.  Maximum  profit-sharing  plan.  A top  level  personal  insurance 
plan  and  full  range  of  other  benefits  including  malpractice 
insurance.  There  is  a new  hospital  in  the  city  of  Albert  Lea. 
New  Richland  is  a fine  small  town  in  which  to  live  and  is  cen- 
trally located  in  the  Minneapolis-St  Paul,  Rochester  Mayo, 
Albert  Lea  area.  Please  contact  B J Boss,  Administrator,  Albert 
Lea  Clinic,  PA,  1602  Fountain  St,  Albert  Lea,  Mn  56007; 
ph  507/373-8251,  personal  phone  507/377-1406  or  contact  T F 
Thompson,  MD,  507/373-8251,  personal  phone  507/373-0259. 

1/82 

Green  Bay,  Wisconsin.  Well  established  fee-for-service  group 
in  regional  trauma/poison  center  seeks  additional  physician. 
$35,000  plus  annual  visits.  Competitive  salary  with  paid  liability, 
CME,  pension/profit  sharing.  Excellent  recreational  and  ed- 
ucational opportunities.  Great  place  to  raise  a family.  Send  CV 
to:  A W Haines,  MD,  435  Shady  Drive,  Oneida,  WI  54155; 
ph  414/865-7740.  ltfn/82 

Physician  wanted  to  perform  light  physicals  on  a full  or  part- 
time  basis.  Ideal  job  for  retiring  physician.  Contact  Mike 
Stough  collect  at  513/621-8728.  10  tfn/81 


Large  nursing  and  rehabilitation  center  in  Mil- 
waukee seeking  a physician  as  the  inhouse  staff  physician 
and  medical  director.  Complete  lab  and  x-ray  facilities. 
Office  and  examining  facilities  included.  We  are  pre- 
pared to  offer  an  attractive  package  consisting  of  an  ex- 
cellent base  salary,  health,  and  disability  insurance  cover- 
age, a very  generous  tax-exempt  and  pension  plan,  and 
auto.  Contact  Dept  497  in  care  of  the  Journal.  1/82 


PRIMARY  CARE  PHYSICIANS 

BOARD  CERTIFIED  OR  ELIGIBLE 

We  represent  over  50  communities  throughout  the 
state  which  are  seeking  quality  primary  care  physicians. 
These  communities  offer  established  service  areas, 
generous  practice  and  financial  arrangements. 

CONTACT: 

Laurie  Glowac  or  Fred  Moskol 
New  Physicians  for  Wisconsin 
University  of  Wisconsin  Department  of  Family 
Medicine 

777  South  Mills  Street,  Madison,  Wisconsin  5371 5 
Phone:  608/263-4095 

1-12/82 


The  Racine  Medical  Clinic,  a progressive  cluster  corporation 
of  25  physicians,  is  currently  seeking  an  orthopedic  surgeon 
and  an  invasive  cardiologist.  Full  benefits,  unlimited  earnings 
and  a full  and  exciting  practice  are  offered.  Please  contact: 
Roger  D Lacock,  Administrator,  Racine  Medical  Clinic,  5625 
Washington  Ave,  Racine,  WI  53406;  ph  414/886-5000.  ltfn/82 

Family  physician,  Board  Certified  or  Eligible,  to  join  four- 
man  family  practice  group  in  northwest  Wisconsin.  First-year 
guaranteed  salary.  New  clinic  building  located  adjacent  to 
46-bed  hospital,  in  the  heart  of  Wisconsin’s  vacationland.  Call 
shared  with  other  family  practice  physicians  in  area,  weekend 
coverage  contracted.  Jeanne  Chamberlain,  Adm,  Spooner  Clinic 
Ltd,  707  Ash  St,  Spooner,  Wis  54801 . Ph  715/635-2151. 

12/81-5/82 

Fond  du  Lac — 26  physician  incorporated  multispecialty  group 
on  the  south  shore  of  Lake  Winnebago  needs  a fourth  pedia- 
trician. Guaranteed  salary  with  full  shareholder  status  avail- 
able after  one  year.  Send  CV  to  Kirk  A Veit,  MD,  80  She- 
boygan St,  Fond  du  Lac,  Wis  54935.  9tfn/81 

Family  Practitioners  to  work  in  community  clinics  near 
Madison,  Wisconsin.  Combination  of  a community  office 
practice  with  privileges  at  major  Madison  hospitals.  Family 
practitioner  will  join  an  already  established  internist  to  con- 
tinue the  growth  of  a medical  practice,  expand  a small  pediatric 
practice,  and  begin  an  obstetrical  practice.  Clinics  are  full  ser- 
vice and  have  professional  personnel  support.  Physicians  have  a 
guaranteed  compensation  package  and  an  option  to  purchase 
the  clinic  from  the  community.  Please  send  resume  to  T Arnfelt, 
Madison  General  Hospital,  202  South  Park  St,  Madison, 
Wis  53715.  1-2/82 

Physician  wanted  to  share  fully  equipped  medical  office,  x- 
ray,  lab,  fully  staffed,  small  community,  northern  Wisconsin. 
Contact  Dept  496  in  care  of  the  Journal.  1 2tfn/8 1 


Medical  Director.  Rapidly  expanding  mental  health 
center  in  need  of  a Medical  Director  who  would  be  re- 
sponsible for  the  administration  of  medical  care  and  for 
the  medical  treatment  of  all  patients  of  the  Center. 
Specific  duties  will  include  organization  and  performance 
of  the  Quality  Assurance  Program,  preventative  and  con- 
sultative services,  provision  of  medical  evaluations, 
scheduling  of  psychiatric  time  for  case  staffing,  and  24- 
hour  psychiatric  coverage.  Excellent  opportunity  for  a 
dynamic  psychiatrist  interested  in  community  mental 
health  and  seeking  a challenge.  Applicants  must  be  Board 
certified  or  eligible  in  psychiatry  and  licensed  in  the  state 
of  Indiana.  Must  have  successfully  completed  a three- 
year  residency  approved  by  the  American  Board  of  Psy- 
chiatry and  Neurology.  At  least  2 years  experience  in  a 
related  field  and/or  experience  working  with  a multi- 
disciplinary staff  is  preferred.  Salary  range  $60,000- 
$75,000  annually.  Attractive  fringe  benefits  package. 
Facilities  located  30  minutes  from  downtown  Chicago. 
Send  resume  to:  Danita  Smith,  Personnel  Manager, 
(219)  398-7050,  TRI-CITY  COMMUNITY  MENTAL 
HEALTH  CENTER,  3901  Indianapolis  Blvd,  East 
Chicago,  IN  46312.  An  Equal  Opportunity  Employer. 

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continued 

Wausau  Medical  Center,  SC,  a 50-physician  multispecialty 
group  has  openings  for  physicians  in  the  following  specialties. 
Family  Practice,  Hematology/Oncology,  Neurology  and 
Otolaryngology.  Competitive  first-year  salary,  incentive  plan 
thereafter.  Comprehensive  fringe  benefits.  New  facility  near  new 
hospital.  Located  in  beautiful,  quiet,  central  Wisconsin, 
metropolitan  area  of  65,000.  Recreational  opportunities 
abundant.  For  more  information  contact:  K L Day,  MD,  Wau- 
sau Medical  Center,  SC,  2727  Plaza  Drive,  Wausau,  Wis  54401, 
or  call  collect  715/847-3351.  7tfn/81 

Fifty  physician  multispecialty  clinic  in  West  Central  Wiscon- 
sin wants  cardiologist  (non-invasive),  neonatologist,  neurologist, 
neurosurgeon,  orthopedic  surgeon,  and  otolaryngologist.  Ex- 
cellent cultural,  educational,  and  recreational  facilities.  90 
miles  from  Minneapolis.  Please  contact  James  R Jepson,  Ad- 
ministrator, Midelfort  Clinic,  Ltd,  733  West  Clairemont  Ave, 
Eau  Claire,  Wis  54702  or  call  (7 1 5)  839-5266.  1 -3/82 

Family  Practitioner  to  join  a 50-physician  multispecialty 
group  with  an  11 -man  Family  Practice  Department.  Several 
challenging  opportunities  available  in  satellite  practice.  Initial 
guaranteed  salary  and  excellent  fringe  benefits  available.  City 
of  50,000  on  the  Mississippi  River.  Outstanding  place  to  live, 
work,  and  enjoy  varied  cultural  and  recreational  opportunities. 
Contact:  Medical  Director,  Skemp-Grandview-La  Crosse 
Clinic,  815  S 10th  St,  La  Crosse,  Wis  54601;  ph  608/782- 
9760.  11-12/81;  1/82 

Family  Practice.  General  Clinic — Jackson.  Two  family  phy- 
sicians for  the  Jackson  Branch  of  a 12-man  multispecialty 
clinic  which  includes  (5)  family  practitioners,  (4)  internists, 
(2)  pediatricians,  and  a general  and  vascular  surgeon.  Located 
25  miles  north  of  Milwaukee  in  a fast  growing  scenic  area. 
Modern  120-bed  hospital.  Inquire:  General  Clinic  of  West 
Bend,  Inc,  279  South  17th  Ave,  West  Bend,  Wis  53095. 
Phone:  414/338-1 123.  lltfn/80 

Two  Family  Practice  Physicians  sought  to  assume  a fully 
operational  practice  in  a community  30  miles  north  of  Madison, 
Wisconsin.  New  clinic  facility.  Income  guaranteed.  Physician 
back-up  available.  Board  certified  or  eligible  preferred.  Contact 
John  P Rahm,  MD,  6105  Ridgewood  Ave,  Madison,  Wis 
53716.  5tfn/81 

Medical  Ophthalmologist  wanted  to  join  established,  grow- 
ing practice  in  beautiful  Lake  Tahoe-Reno,  Nevada  area.  Ex- 
cellent climate  and  year-round  recreational  facilities.  Will  con- 
sider full  or  part-time  or  retired  physician.  Contact  Karen 
Grodowitz,  MS,  Executive  Director,  Reno  Eye  Clinic,  1530  E 
6th  St,  Reno,  Nev  89512;  ph  702/329-1389.  10  tfn/81 


Staff  Psychiatrist.  Full-time  position  for  a staff  psy- 
chiatrist in  an  expanding  community  mental  health 
center  serving  a catchment  area  population  of  approxi- 
mately 204,000.  Position  requires  provision  of  psychiatric 
consultations,  psychiatric  evaluations,  and  direct  services 
within  the  outpatient  and  partial  hospitalization  pro- 
grams. Board  certification  or  eligibility  required.  Exper- 
ience in  a related  field  and/or  experience  working  with  a 
multidisciplinary  staff  is  preferred.  Salary  range  $44,000- 
$66,000  annually.  Attractive  fringe  benefits  package. 
Facilities  located  30  minutes  from  downtown  Chicago. 
Send  resume  to:  Danita  Smith,  Personnel  Manager,  (219) 
398-7050,  TRI-CITY  COMMUNITY  MENTAL 
HEALTH  CENTER,  3901  Indianapolis  Blvd,  East 
Chicago,  IN  46312.  An  Equal  Opportunity  Employer 
M/F.  1/82 


Faculty  Member  Family  Practice  Program.  The  Black  Hawk 
Area  Medical  Education  Foundation  is  recruiting  a Board  Cer- 
tified Family  Physician  to  join  its  Family  Practice  Residency 
Program  in  Waterloo,  Iowa.  The  program  is  community-based, 
affiliated  with  the  University  of  Iowa  College  of  Medicine,  and 
part  of  the  Iowa  Network  of  Family  Practice  Residency  Pro- 
grams. The  Waterloo  metropolitan  area  has  125,000  people, 
four  hospitals,  and  is  well  represented  in  the  medical  specialties. 
Applicants  should  have  a MD  degree,  be  eligible  for  licensure 
in  Iowa,  and  should  have  several  years  of  practice  experience. 
Major  duties  include  teaching  residents  in  all  aspects  of  patient 
care,  including  obstetrics,  and  also  providing  patient  care.  Other 
duties  include  some  program  administration  and  assisting  in  re- 
search from  time  to  time.  A salary  in  the  range  of  $60,000 
per  year  with  an  additional  20%  fringe  benefit  package  is  of- 
fered. Other  fringe  benefits  relating  to  retirement,  moving  ex- 
penses, and  continuing  education  are  provided.  Please  submit 
your  resume  to:  Charles  A Waterbury,  MD,  Program  Director, 
Black  Hawk  Area  Medical  Education  Foundation,  441  East 
San  Marnan  Dr,  Waterloo,  Iowa  50702;  ph  (319)  234-4419. 
Equal  Opportunity  Employer.  1-4/82 

Family  Practice  immediate  opening.  Join  22-physician  multi- 
specialty group  in  Appleton,  Wisconsin.  Excellent  hospitals, 
guarantee  plus  incentive  compensation.  Complete  benefit 
package.  Medium-size  community.  Contact  Art  Schuetze,  Ad- 
ministrator, Medical  Arts  Clinic,  SC,  401  N Oneida  St,  Apple- 
ton,  Wis  54911;  ph  414/739-0171 . 11-12/81;  1/82 

Immediate  opening  for  General  and  Child  Psychiatrist  to  join 
well-established  clinic  in  a community  of  50,000.  Large  referral 
area.  Two  excellent  hospitals.  University  and  industrial  area. 
Salary  open.  Excellent  benefits.  Contact:  J M Tobin,  MD, 
Northwest  Psychiatric  Clinic,  Box  224,  Eau  Claire,  Wis  54701; 
ph  7 15/834-2751.  12/81;  1-3/82 

Family  Practice  and  Urology  positions  available  with  an 
18-member  multispecialty  group  corporate  practice.  Modern 
clinic  facility  in  Northeastern  Wisconsin  city  of  100,000  enjoy- 
ing a healthy  and  stable  economy.  Excellent  recreational,  educa- 
tional, hospital,  civic  advantages.  Please  call  collect  or  write: 
W J Mommaerts,  Clinic  Manager,  West  Side  Clinic,  SC,  1551 
Dousman  St,  Green  Bay,  WI  54303;  ph  414/494-5611.  1-4/82 


Surgeon  with  Thoracic  general  vascular  training 
and  Ophthalmologist  to  join  a progressive  multi- 
specialty group  of  17  physicians  consisting  of  Gen- 
eral/Family Medicine,  General  Surgery,  Internal 
Medicine,  OB-GYN,  Ophthalmology,  Orthopaedic 
Surgeon,  Pediatrics/Adolescent  Medicine,  and  Ra- 
diology. Subspecialties  include:  Pathology,  Vascular 
Surgery,  Cardiovascular  Diseases,  Gastroenterology  and 
Endoscopy.  We  are  located  in  a fast  growing,  scenic, 
lake  country  area  between  Milwaukee  and  Madison  and 
can  offer  excellent  hospital,  schools  and  recreational 
facilities.  Full  fringe  benefit  package.  Contact:  James 
F Dowd,  Admin,  Wilkinson  Clinic,  SC,  915  East  Sum- 
mit Ave,  Oconomowoc,  Wis  53066;  ph  414/567-4433. 

9tfn/81 


PUT  EXPERIENCE  TO  WORK  FOR  YOU  WHILE 
YOU  SEARCH  FOR  A NEW  CHALLENGE 

Let  years  of  experience  as  a healthcare  professional 
and  a Placement  Counselor  assist  you  in  finding  a 
new  location  with  a new  challenge.  Physicians  in  all 
specialties  are  urgently  needed  throughout  the 
country.  Many  types  of  situations  available.  Confi- 
dentiality assured. 

Contact  Donna  Herschleb,  RN 
MEDICAL  PROFESSIONAL  PLACEMENTS 
5222  Painted  Post  Drive,  Madison,  Wisconsin  53716 
Phone:  (608)  222-2927  Licensed  Employment  Agency 


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Professional  FP  Locum  Tenens  available.  Board  certified 
family  practice.  Wide  range  of  experience  including  OB  and  ER. 
Prefer  1-2  week  periods.  $1800  per  week  plus  room  and  travel. 
Write  5695  Mary  Lane,  Excelsior,  Minn  55331;  ph  612/474- 
4372.  11-12/81;  1/82 

Wanted.  Board  certified  or  eligible  orthopedic  surgeon  to 
practice  in  conjunction  with  a 5-member  surgery  department 
in  a 22-member  multispecialty  group.  Present  surgical  special- 
ties: thoracic  and  vascular  surgery,  general  surgery  and  urology. 
The  group  is  located  in  the  upper  midwest,  in  a city  of  100,000 
between  two  major  metropolitan  areas  of  greater  than  one 
million.  If  interested,  please  send  CV  to:  Stephen  Wagner, 
Kurten  Medical  Group,  SC,  2405  Northwestern  Ave,  Racine, 
Wis  53404.  All  inquiries  will  be  kept  confidential.  12tfn/80 

Internist/Generalist/Family  Practitioner:  Position  avail- 
able in  300-bed  active  psychiatric  rural  hospital.  Fully  JCAH 
accredited.  Three-year  Psychiatric  Residency  Program.  All 
treatment  modalities.  Numerous  affiliated  educational  pro- 
grams. Near  metropolitan  and  recreational  areas.  Relaxed,  low 
crime,  low  turmoil  area.  Salary  range  $47,902-558,282  de- 
pending upon  qualifications.  Good  fringe  package  and  possi- 
bility of  some  private  practice.  Position  involves  directing  a 
15-bed  medical-surgical  unit  and  provide  consultation  to  psy- 
chiatric staff.  Contact  Superintendent,  Mental  Health  Insti- 
tute, Independence,  Iowa  50644;  ph  319/334-2583.  Equal  Op- 
portunity Employer.  12/81;  1-2/82 

Grow  with  us  in  the  Sunbelt.  The  INA  Healthplan  needs 
physicians  in  family  practice  and  most  specialties  in  Miami, 
Tampa,  Dallas,  Phoenix,  Tucson,  and  Los  Angeles.  Attractive 
salaries  and  comprehensive  benefits  including  professional 
development,  retirement,  and  profit  sharing  programs  are  pro- 
vided. If  team  interaction  and  casual  living  interest  you,  send  a 
brief  CV  to  Medical  Administration,  INA  Healthplan,  Inc,  7616 
LBJ  Freeway,  Suite  303,  Dallas,  Tex  75251 . 12/81;  1-2/82 

Emergency  Physician-Wausau,  Wisconsin.  Fee-for-service 
corporation  with  excellent  income  and  benefits.  New  facility 
with  excellent  backup  of  all  specialties.  Generous  time  off  to 
enjoy  this  family  and  sportsman’s  paradise.  Emergency  Medi- 
cine or  Family  Practice  residency  or  Emergency  Medicine 
Board  certified  required.  Send  CV  or  call  Fred  Klemm,  MD, 
2404  Hawthorne  Lane,  Wausau,  Wis  54401;  ph  715/842- 
9373.  pi  1-12/81/1-82 

Pediatrician  to  join  13-man  multispecialty  group.  Many  cor- 
porate benefits.  Rapidly  growing  community  of  25,000  located 
30  miles  north  of  Milwaukee.  New  hospital  facilities.  Inquire: 
General  Clinic  of  West  Bend,  Inc,  279  South  17th  Ave,  West 
Bend,  Wis  53095.  9tfn/79 

General  Surgeon.  Board  eligible/certified  to  join  primary  care 
group  of  six  family  physicians.  Well  established,  rural  setting, 
preceptor  University  of  Wisconsin,  JCAH  70-bed  hospital.  Send 
CV  to:  Gary  Petersen,  MD,  Krohn  Clinic,  Ltd,  610  W Adams 
St,  Black  River  Falls,  Wis  54615.  10  tfn/81 

Dermatologist,  Rheumatologist,  Oncologist  needed  to 
join  multispecialty  group  of  33  physicians  dedicated  to  primary 
care  in  East  Central  Wisconsin  community.  City  population 
48,000,  drawing  area  100,000.  Attractive  income  arrangements, 
association  membership  possible  after  one  year,  pension  and 
profit  sharing,  extensive  fringe  benefits.  Contact:  R B Windsor, 
MD,  1011  North  8th  St,  Sheboygan,  Wis  53081;  ph  414/ 
457-4461 . 12tfn/81 


Medical  Facilities 


For  Sale.  General  medical  practice  5 years — gross  $125,000 
per  year.  Four-day  week.  Totally  equipped,  excellent  clientele 
and  prestige  community.  Will  introduce.  Year  around  beach 
front.  South  Laguna,  Calif.  Tel:  714/499-4360.  Reason  for  re- 
tiring— health.  1/82 


Green  Bay,  Wisconsin  new  prime  office  space  across  from 
new  St  Mary’s  Hospital.  Lease  or  purchase  options.  Dr  J 
Van  Miller,  phone  414/499-4241 . 12tfn/79 

Family  Practice.  Established,  independent  practice  in  equipped 
olficc.  Small  city  in  recreational  area.  Continued  care  of  pa- 
tients main  interest.  Contact:  KL  Haman,  MD,  199  South 
Division.  Waupaca,  Wis  54981;  ph  715/258-2707. 

1 1 tfn/81 

Immediate  solo  practice  available  in  Jefferson,  Wisconsin, 
due  to  the  recent  death  of  Richard  H Siedenburg,  MD.  Expand- 
able building  with  three  large  lots  available.  Lease  or  purchase. 
Contact  Miller  Law  Office,  PO  Box  417,  Jefferson,  Wisconsin 
53549;  ph  414/674-3345.  glltfn/81 

Port  Washington,  Wisconsin.  New  prime  office  space  in  pro- 
fessional building.  Upper  level  already  occupied  by  three  in- 
ternists (specializing  in  cardiology),  one  dentist,  and  three 
doctors  of  chiropractic.  Lower  level  has  700-2500  sq  ft.  Area 
needs  obstetrician-gynecologist,  pediatricians,  urologist,  derma- 
tologist, and  general  practitioner.  Phone  414/375-3010  or  414/ 
284-0500  or  write  1032  S Spring  St,  Port  Washington,  Wis 
53074.  12/81;  1-2/82 

For  Sale — office  lease  and  practice.  Death  of  physician  neces- 
sitates rapid  sale  of  this  active  solo  general  practice.  On  west 
side  of  Milwaukee’s  metro  area.  Arrangements  negotiable. 
Contact  L C Boryc  DDS;  ph  4 14/78 1-9585.  12/81;  1/82 

Prime  east  Madison  medical  office  space  to  share.  2000 
sq  ft.  Fully  equipped  and  well  furnished.  Private  office  and 
sound  proof  examining  rooms.  X-ray,  lab,  and  physical  therapy 
facility  on  premises.  Equipped  minor  surgery  room.  Share  rent 
and  staff  expenses  on  a 50-50  basis  or  prorated  to  your  needs. 
For  more  information  and  appointment  to  view  facility,  call  C A 
Gencheff,  DO:  608/241-3451.  12/81-1/82* 


Miscellaneous 


Physician’s  Assistant  seeks  relocation.  Have  national-Wis- 
consin  state  certification.  Experience  in  rural  primary  care  and 
general  surgery.  Prefer  small  community  or  rural  family  prac- 
tice in  Southeastern  Wisconsin.  Resume  and  references  upon 
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Meetirv^/CME  Courges 

This  listing  is  compiled  by  the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin  in  cooperation  with  others  who  wish  to  main- 
tain a centralized  schedule  of  meetings  and  courses  of  interest  to  Wisconsin  physicians  and  to  avoid 
scheduling  programs  in  conflict  with  others.  Hospitals,  Clinics,  Specialty  Societies,  and  Medical  Schools  are 
particularly  invited  to  utilize  this  listing  service.  There  is  no  charge  for  listing  of  meetings  or  courses  held  in 
Wisconsin;  other  listings  will  be  made  at  the  discretion  of  The  Editors  at  the  following  rates:  40<p  per  word,  with  a 
minimum  charge  of  $16.00  per  listing.  BOXED  LISTINGS:  $32.00  per  column  inch.  COPY  DEADLINE  for  Con- 
tinuing Medical  Education  listings  is  tenth  of  the  month  preceding  the  month  of  publication;  e.g.,  copy  for  the 
August  issue  is  due  by  July  10.  Address  communications  to:  Wisconsin  Medical  Journal,  Box  1109,  Madison, 
Wisconsin  53701;  or  phone  (area  code  608)  257-6781;  or  toll-free  in  Wisconsin:  800/362-9080.  For  listing  of  other 
meetings  see  the  Special  issue  of  the  Journal  of  the  American  Medical  Association:  Continuing  Education 
Courses  for  Physicians  for  period  Sept  1, 1981  through  Aug  31, 1982. 


WISCONSIN 

FEBRUARY  9-11,  1982:  Nineteenth  Annual  Telemark  Sym- 
posium and  Ski  Outing,  Telemark  Lodge,  Cable.  Sponsored 
by  the  Indianhead  Chapter  of  the  Wisconsin  Academy  of 
Family  Physicians.  Approved  six  credit  hours  Category  1 of 
AMA-PRA  and  AAFP.  Info:  Robert  H Herzog,  Wisconsin 
Academy  of  Family  Physicians,  850  Elm  Grove  Rd,  Elm  Grove, 
Wis  53122;  ph  414/784-3656. 


FEBRUARY  26-27,  1982;  Clinical  Genetics  for  Primary  Care 
Physicians,  Madison.  Sponsored  by  Department  of  Medical 
Genetics,  University  of  Wisconsin;  and  Continuing  Medical  Ed- 
ucation, University  of  Wisconsin-Extension.  Credit:  AMA  Cate- 
gory I,  AAFP,  AOA.  Info:  Sarah  Z Aslakson,  Continuing 
Medical  Education,  465B  WARF  Bldg,  610  Walnut  St,  Madi- 
son, Wis  53706;  ph  608/263-2856. 

FEBRUARY  27,  1982:  Wisconsin  Dermatological  Society, 
UW  Center  for  Health  Sciences,  Madison. 


FEBRUARY  16,  1982:  Milwaukee  Academy  of  Medicine  pro- 
gram— Chronobiology  of  Man:  Relation  to  Delayed  Sleep  Phase 
Insomnia,  Rogers  Memorial,  Milwaukee,  by  Elliot  Weitzman, 
MD,  Professor  of  Neurology,  Montefiore  Hospital,  Bronx, 
NY.  Info:  Milwaukee  Academy  of  Medicine,  PO  Box  26509, 
8701  Watertown  Plank  Road,  Milwaukee,  WI  53226  (phone 
414/257-8249). 

FEBRUARY  23,  1982:  Milwaukee  Ophthalmological  Society, 
University  Club,  924  E Wells  St,  Milwaukee  53202.  Speaker: 
Dr  Juan  Arentsen,  Wills  Eye  Hospital.  Dinner  at  6:30  pm 
and  meeting  at  7:30  pm.  Info:  Contact  John  Ridley,  MD, 
2315  N Lake  Dr,  Seton  Tower,  #1001,  Milwaukee,  Wis 
53211;  ph  414/278-7500. 

FEBRUARY  25-28,  1982:  Wisconsin  Psychiatric  Association, 
Lake  Lawn  Lodge,  Lake  Delavan. 


STATE  MEDICAL  SOCIETY  OF  WISCONSIN 
Dates  and  Locations  of  Annual  Meetings 
1982-1992 


All  meetings  will  be  held  in  Milwaukee  at  the  Milwaukee 
Exposition  and  Convention  Center  and  Arena  (MECCA) 
and  the  new  Hyatt  Regency  as  the  headquarters  hotel 
with  the  exception  of  1985,  when  the  meeting  will  be 
held  at  the  LaCrosse  Convention  Center. 


1982—  May  13-15 

1983—  Mar  24-26 

1984—  Mar  29-31 

1985—  Apr  25-27 

1986—  Apr  17-19 


1992— Apr  23-25 


1987—  Mar  26-28 

1988—  Apr  28-30 

1989—  Apr  13-15 

1990—  Apr  26-28 

1991—  Apr  18-20 


Meeting  days  will  be  Thursday  and  Friday;  the  first 
session  of  the  House  of  Delegates  will  convene  on 
Thursday,  the  second  and  third  on  Friday.  Scientific 
programming  will  be  on  Friday  and  Saturday. 

Further  information:  Commission  on  Continuing 
Medical  Education,  State  Medical  Society  of  Wis- 
consin, Box  1109,  Madison,  Wis  53701.  Local  telephone: 
257-6781;  toll-free  in  Wisconsin:  1-800/362-9080. 


MARCH  4-5,  1982:  First  Annual  Symposium  on  Chronic 
Obstructive  Pulmonary  Diseases,  Madison.  Sponsored  by 
Continuing  Medical  Education,  Health  and  Human  Services 
Area,  University  of  Wisconsin-Extension;  the  Pulmonary 
Section,  School  of  Medicine;  and  the  Department  of  Nursing, 
University  of  Wisconsin,  Madison;  and  the  Respiratory  Therapy 
Department,  Center  for  Trauma  and  Life  Support,  Center  for 
Health  Sciences,  University  of  Wisconsin,  Madison.  Thirteen 
credit  hours  Category  I of  AMA;  AOA,  Wisconsin  Nurses 
Association  and  Family  Practice  credit  applied  for;  University 
of  Wisconsin-Extension  1.3  CEUs.  Info:  Sarah  Z Aslakson, 
CME,  465 B WARF  Bldg,  610  Walnut  St,  Madison,  Wis  53706; 
ph  608/263-2856. 

MARCH  4,  1982:  Changing  Strategies  in  the  Treatment  oj 
Breast  Cancer,  by  Paul  Carbone,  MD,  Madison.  Sponsored  by 
Berlin  Memorial  Hospital.  Approved  2 credit  hours  of  Cate- 
gory I.  Info:  Linda  E Nevers,  Berlin  Memorial  Hospital,  225 
Memorial  Dr,  Berlin,  Wis  54923;  ph  414/361-1313. 

MARCH  12-13,  1982:  The  American  Heart  Association’s  Ad- 
vanced Cardiac  Life  Support  Course  in  cooperation  with  Marsh- 
field Clinic  and  Marshfield  Medical  Foundation,  at  Marsh- 
field Clinic,  Marshfield.  Approved  14  V*  credit  Category  I of 
AMA-PRA  and  AAFP.  Fee:  $200,  advanced  registration  is  re- 
quired. Enrollment  is  limited.  Deadline  for  registration  is  March 
5,  1982.  Info:  Marshfield  Clinic  Office  of  Medical  Education, 
1000  North  Oak,  Marshfield,  Wis  54449;  ph  715/387-5207. 

MARCH  16,  1982:  Milwaukee  Academy  of  Medicine  pro- 
gram— Some  Favorite  JAMA  Covers,  by  Therese  Southgate, 
MD,  Deputy  Editor,  JAMA,  Chicago,  IL.  Info:  Milwaukee 
Academy  of  Medicine,  PO  Box  26509,  8701  Watertown  Plank 
Road,  Milwaukee,  WI  53226  (phone  414/257-8249). 

MARCH  25-26,  1982:  6th  Annual  Ophthalmology  Current 
Concepts  Seminar  ’82,  at  Inn  on  the  Park  Hotel,  Madison. 
Sponsored  by  University  of  Wisconsin,  School  of  Medicine, 
Dept  of  Ophthalmology;  and  University  of  Wisconsin-Ex- 
tension, Dept  of  Continuing  Medical  Education.  Credit  applied 
for  Category  I of  AMA-PRA.  Fee:  $155.  Info:  Sarah  Z As- 
lakson, Continuing  Medical  Education,  465B  WARF  Bldg,  610 
Walnut  St,  Madison,  Wis  53706;  ph  608/263-2856. 

APRIL  14-16,  1982:  Third  Annual  Madison  Clinic  Conference, 
Therapeutic  Management  of  Cardiovascular  Diseases.  Spon- 
sored by  Extension  Services  in  Pharmacy  and  the  School  of 
Pharmacy,  University  of  Wisconsin,  Madison.  Info:  Alan  L 


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Hanson,  PhD,  Extension  Services  in  Pharmacy,  School  of  Phar- 
macy, 425  N Charter  St,  Madison,  Wis  53706;  ph  608/262- 
3130. 

APRIL  16-17,  1982:  Second  Annual  General  Surgery  Con- 
ference: Breast  and  Endocrine  Disease,  University  of  Wisconsin 
Clinical  Science  Center,  Madison.  Sponsored  by  University  of 
Wisconsin  Dept  of  Surgery,  University  of  Wisconsin-Extension 
Dept  of  Continuing  Medical  Education.  Approved  9 credit  hours 
AMA  Category  I,  UW  Extension  CEUs.  Fee:  $155  physicians; 
$100  residents,  nurses,  others.  Info:  Sarah  Z Aslakson,  Continu- 
ing Medical  Education,  465B  WARF  Bldg,  610  Walnut  St, 
Madison,  WI  53706;  ph  608/263-2856. 

APRIL  20,  1982:  Milwaukee  Academy  of  Medicine  program — 
Clinimetrics:  An  Additional  Basic  Science  for  Clinical  Medi- 
cine, AOA  Lecture,  by  Alvan  Feinstein,  MD,  Professor  of 
Medicine  and  Epidemiology,  Yale  University,  New  Haven,  CT. 
Info:  Milwaukee  Academy  of  Medicine,  PO  Box  26509,  8701 
Watertown  Plank  Road,  Milwaukee,  WI  53226  (phone  414/ 
257-8249). 

APRIL  27,  1982:  Milwaukee  Ophthalmological  Society,  Uni- 
versity Club,  924  E Wells  St,  Milwaukee,  Wis  53202.  Speaker: 
Dr  J A McCrary,  Baylor  College  of  Medicine.  Dinner  at  6:30 
pm  and  meeting  at  7:30  pm.  Info:  John  Ridley  MD,  2315 
N Lake  Dr,  Seton  Tower,  01001,  Milwaukee,  Wis  53211; 
ph  414/278-7500. 


WISCONSIN  SPECIALTY  SOCIETY 
MEETINGS:  1982 

Wisconsin  Psychiatric  Association,  Feb  25-28, 1982, 
Lake  Lawn  Lodge,  Lake  Delavan 

Wisconsin  Dermatological  Society,  Feb  27,  1982, 

UW  Center  for  Health  Sciences,  Madison 

Wisconsin  Urological  Society,  Apr  30-May  1,  1982, 
Concourse  Hotel,  Madison 

Wisconsin  Chapter:  American  Academy  of  Pediatrics, 
May  23-25,  1982,  Playboy  Club,  Lake  Geneva 

Wisconsin  Academy  of  Family  Physicians,  June  16-19, 
1982,  Radisson  Hotel,  La  Crosse 

Wisconsin  Society  of  Obstetrics  & Gynecology, 

July  23-24,  1982,  Leathern  Smith  Lodge,  Sturgeon  Bay 

Wisconsin  Surgical  Society,  Sept  9-10, 

1982,  La  Crosse 

Wisconsin  Society  of  Internal  Medicine,  Sept  9-11, 
1982,  Holiday  Inn  (Downtown),  Green  Bay 

Wisconsin  Society  of  Anesthesiologists,  Sept  9-12, 
1982,  Concourse  Hotel,  Madison 

Wisconsin  Radiological  Society,  Oct  16,  1982 
Concourse  Hotel,  Madison 

* * * 

SPECIALTY  SOCIETY  MEETINGS  TO  BE 
HELD  IN  CONJUNCTION  WITH  SMS 
ANNUAL  MEETING,  May  13-15, 1982, 
Milwaukee 

Wisconsin  Allergy  Society 
Wisconsin  Orthopaedic  Society 
Wisconsin  Society  of  Internal  Medicine 
Wisconsin  Society  of  Pathologists 
Wisconsin  Society  of  Physical  Medicine 
and  Rehabilitation 

Wisconsin  Society  of  Plastic  Surgeons 
Wisconsin  Society  for  Preventive  Medicine 
Wisconsin  Society  of  Radiation  Oncologists 
Wisconsin  Surgical  Society 


APRIL  28-30,  1982:  State  of  the  Art-Radiologic  Approaches 
to  the  Chest  and  Abdomen,  Madison.  Sponsored  by  the  Uni- 
versity of  Wisconsin-Extension;  Dept  of  Continuing  Medical 
Education;  and  University  of  Wisconsin,  School  of  Medicine, 
Dept  of  Surgery.  Approved  21  credit  hours  of  Category  I AMA 
and  ACR.  Info:  Sarah  Z Aslakson,  Continuing  Medical  Ed- 
ucation, 465B  WARF  Bldg,  610  Walnut  St,  Madison,  Wis 
53706;  ph  608/263-2856. 

MAY  5-7,  1982:  Fifth  Annual  Cardiac  Rehabilitation  Sympo- 
sium, Red  Carpet  Inn,  Milwaukee.  Sponsored  by  Mt  Sinai 
Medical  Center,  Milwaukee;  University  of  Wisconsin-Extension, 
Dept  of  Continuing  Medical  Education;  American  Heart 
Association,  and  American  College  of  Sports  Medicine.  Ap- 
proved 25  credit  hours  of  Category  I AMA;  AOA  Category 
2-D,  University  of  Wisconsin  Continuing  Education  Units. 
Info:  Sarah  Z Aslakson,  CME,  465B  WARF  Bldg,  610  Wal- 
nut St,  Madison,  Wis  53706;  ph  608/263-2856. 

MAY  23-25,  1982:  Wisconsin  Chapter,  American  Academy  of 
Pediatrics,  Playboy  Club,  Lake  Geneva. 

JUNE  17-23,  1982:  Fifteenth  Annual  Postgraduate  Course  in 
Gynecological  Pathology,  Cytogenetics  and  Endocrinology, 
Pfister  Hotel  and  Tower,  Milwaukee.  Sponsored  by  The  Medical 


University  of  Minnesota 
CONTINUING  MEDICAL  EDUCATION 


January-July,  1982 

Stroke  Update Jan  23 

Topics  in  Geriatric  Medicine: 

Drug  Therapy  Symposium Feb  3-4 

Office  Management  in  Ear,  Nose  & 

Throat:  A Practical,  Problem- 

Oriented  Approach Feb  26-27 

Cardiopulmonary  Medicine:  1982  Mar  4-6 

Current  Concepts  in  Perinatal 

Medicine Mar  11-12 

Recurrent  Lung  Disease  in 

Childhood  Mar  26 

Psychiatry  for  Primary  Care 

Physicians  Apr  2 

Correction  of  Aphakia  (Annual 

Ophthalmology  Course) Apr  19-20 

Allergy  and  Clinical  Immunology Apr  29-May  1 

Tissue  Specific  Antigens:  An 

International  Conference  May  3-5 

Human  Aging  V May  5-6 

Medical  Directors  Spring  Meeting May  7 

Family  Practice  Review:  Update  1982  May  10-14 

Current  Concepts  in  Radiation 

Therapy  May  19-21 

Topics  and  Advances  in  Pediatrics May  24-25 

Biotechnology  Symposium May  26-28 

Coronary  Heart  Disease  Workshop  Jun  2-4 

Management  of  Musculoskeletal 
Tumors  (Annual  Orthopaedic 

Surgery  Conference) Jun  9-1 1 

Clinical  Hypnosis  Jun  11-12 

Advances  in  Vascular  Surgery: 

46th  Annual  Surgery  Course  Jun  14-16 

The  Disabled  Adolescent  Jun  29-30 

Malnutrition:  The  Clinician’s 
Role Jul  9-10 


Accreditation:  All  courses  are  approved  for  AMA/ 
ACCME  Category  1 credit  and,  as  appropriate,  by 
specialty  societies. 

For  advance  information  and  registration,  write  or  call: 
Continuing  Medical  Education,  University  of  Minnesota, 
Box  293  Mayo  Memorial  Bldg,  420  Delaware  St,  SE, 
Minneapolis,  MN  55455;  ph  612/373-8012.  1-3/82 


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WISCONSIN  (cont). 

College  of  Wisconsin,  Milwaukee.  Fee:  $500  enrollment  fee 
will  include  68  selected  35mm  slides.  Approved  42  credit  hours 
of  Category  I of  AMA-PRA  and  AAFP.  Info:  Richard  F 
Mattingly,  MD,  Medical  College  of  Wisconsin,  8700  West  Wis- 
consin Ave,  Milwaukee,  Wis  53226. 

JUNE  16-19,  1982:  Annual  Scientific  Assembly  of  the  Wis- 
consin Academy  of  Family  Physicians,  Radisson  Hotel,  La 
Crosse.  Approved  20  credit  hours  Category  I of  AMA-PRA. 
Info:  Robert  H Herzog,  Wisconsin  Academy  of  Family  Phy- 
sicians, 850  Elm  Grove  Rd,  Elm  Grove,  Wis  53122;  ph  414/ 
784-3656. 

JUNE  24-25,  1982:  Obstetrical  Events  and  Neonatal  Brain 
Injury,  Wisconsin  Center,  Madison.  Sponsored  by  Continuing 
Medical  Education,  Health  Sciences  Unit,  University  of  Wis- 
consin-Extension  and  Departments  of  Family  medicine  and 
Practice,  Pediatrics,  Gynecology  and  Obstetrics,  School  of 
Medicine,  University  of  Wiconsin,  Madison,  and  Madison 
General  Hospital  and  St  Marys  Hospital  Medical  Center.  Twelve 
credit  hours,  AMA;  AOA;  CEU’s  ACOG  applied  for.  Info: 
Sarah  Z Aslakson,  CME,  465B  WARF  Bldg,  610  Walnut  St, 
Madison,  Wis  53706;  ph  608/263-2856. 


AUGUST  6-8, 1982:  Wisconsin  Dermatological  Society  summer 
meeting,  Lake  Geneva,  Wis.  Info:  Robert  A McDonald,  MD, 
1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd,  Madison,  Wis  53715. 


SEPTEMBER  9-11,  1982:  Wisconsin  Society  of  Internal 
Medicine  and  American  College  of  Physicians  joint  meeting, 
Holiday  Inn  Downtown,  Green  Bay.  Info:  Kim  Marggraf,  Wis- 
consin Society  of  Internal  Medicine,  611  East  Wells  St,  Mil- 
waukee, Wis  53202. 

OCTOBER  16,  1982:  Wisconsin  Radiological  Society,  Con- 
course Hotel,  Madison. 


OTHERS 


January-July  1982  (Minnesota):  Continuing  Medical  Ed- 
ucation programs  are  listed  in  a box  elsewhere  in  this  section. 


IMPAIRED  HEALTH  CARE 
PROFESSIONALS:  A CHALLENGE 
TO  THE  PROFESSIONS 

March  5, 1982,  Detroit  Plaza 
Hotel,  Detroit,  Michigan 

Sponsored  by:  The  American  Society  of  Law  & Medicine, 
Michigan  Association  of  Osteopathic  Physicians,  Michi- 
gan Hospice  Organization,  Michigan  Hospital  Asso- 
ciation, Michigan  Nurses  Association,  Michigan  Society 
of  Hospital  Attorneys,  Michigan  State  Medical  Society, 
State  Bar  of  Michigan — Medicolegal  Committee 

Faculty:  LeClair  Bissell,  MD;  J Kay  Felt,  JD;  Max 
Weisman,  MD;  Charlotte  B Cloutier,  MA,  MPA 

Fee:  $50  for  members  of  a sponsoring  organization. 
$65  for  non-members 

Continuing  education  credits  Category  I should  be 
available. 

For  more  information  contact:  American  Society  of 
Law  & Medicine,  765  Commonwealth  Ave,  16th  Floor, 
Boston , M A 022 1 5 ; ph  6 1 7/262-4990.  1 /82 


MARCH  1-3, 1982  (Maryland):  NIH  Consensus  Development 
Conference  on  Total  Hip  Joint  Replacement,  at  Masur  Audi- 
torium, Building  10,  National  Institutes  of  Health,  Bethesda, 
MD,  sponsored  by  the  National  Institute  of  Arthritis,  Diabetes, 
and  Digestive  and  Kidney  Diseases  with  assistance  from  the 
NIH  Office  for  Medical  Applications  of  Research.  Administra- 
tive info:  Mr  Peter  Murphy,  Prospect  Associates,  11325  Seven 
Locks  Rd,  Suite  220,  Potomac,  MD  20854  (ph  301/983-0535). 

MARCH  1-2,  1982  (Michigan):  6th  Annual  Winter  Pediatric 
Seminar,  Caribou  Lodge,  Powderhorn  Ski  Area,  Bessemer, 
Michigan.  Sponsored  by  Marshfield  Clinic  and  Marshfield  Medi- 
cal Foundation.  Approved  8 credit  hours  of  Category  I of 
AMA-PRA  and  AAFP.  Fee:  $60.  Registration  deadline,  Feb 
22,  1982.  Info:  Marshfield  Clinic’s  Office  of  Medical  Education, 
1000  N Oak  Ave,  Marshfield,  Wis  54449;  ph  715/387-5207. 

gl  1-12/81;  1/82 


MARCH  5,  1982  (Michigan):  Impaired  Health  Care  Profes- 
sionals: A Challenge  to  the  Professions.  Details  appear  in  a box 
elsewhere  in  this  section. 

MARCH  15-19,  1982  (Louisiana):  Twentieth  National  Con- 
ference on  Breast  Cancer,  Hyatt  Regency  Hotel,  New  Orleans, 
La.  Sponsored  and  arranged  by  the  American  College  of 
Radiology;  co-sponsored  by  the  American  Cancer  Society; 
American  Society  of  Therapeutic  Radiologists;  College  of 
American  Pathologists;  The  Plastic  Surgery  Educational  Foun- 
dation, and  The  Society  for  the  Study  of  Breast  Disease. 
Fee:  $350.  Info:  Breast  Cancer  Conference,  American  Col- 
lege of  Radiology,  6900  Wisconsin  Ave,  Chevy  Chase,  MD 
20815. 


APRIL  4-6,  1982  (Mississippi):  National  Conference  on  kural 
Primary  Care,  sponsored  by  National  Rural  Primary  Care 
Association,  at  Jackson,  MS.  This  fifth  annual  meeting  provides 
a singular  opportunity  for  rural  health  professionals  to  share 
insights  and  discuss  problems  with  peers,  while  receiving  con- 
tinuing education  credit  for  soundly  developed  work  sessions. 
Info:  National  Rural  Primary  Care  Association,  Attn:  Lane 
Fisher,  Communications  Coordinator,  Box  1211,  Waterville, 
ME  04901  (ph  207/873-1 127). 


Advertisers 


Acme  Laboratories 10 

Advanced  Technology  Associates,  Inc 99 

Air  Force  Medical  Opportunities 11 

Burroughs  Wellcome  Company 101 

Neosporin ® Ointment 

Dista  Products  Co  (Div  of  Eli  Lilly  & Co)  FC 

Naif  on  ‘200/  Naif on®/  Keflex ® 

First  Wisconsin  Trust  Co  9 

House  of  Bidwell,  Inc 10 

Jobst  Milwaukee  Service  Center 5 

Marshfield  Clinic  Regional  Video  Network  Ill 

Medical  Protective  Company 100 

National  Medical  Enterprises,  Inc 7 

Package  Boiler  Burner  Service 8 

Roche  Laboratories 113,  BC 

Bactrim™ 

SMS  Services,  Inc  2 

TEDCO  (Technical  and  Economic 

Development  Co)  6 

University  of  Wisconsin  Press  11 

Wisconsin  Medicine 

Upjohn  Company,  The 102,  103,  104 

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For  this  reason,  no  legal  basis  is  found  for  the  statement  in  the  WHA  General  Memo  on  the  retroactive 
effect  and  possible  liability  to  a hospital  where  an  audit  discloses  error  in  a CME  statement.  A hospital, 
its  board  and  medical  staff  should  all  be  protected  by  asking  the  MEB  about  the  registration  status  of  an 
applicant  and  repeating  the  inquiry  biennially.  Reappointments  could  be  made  provisionally  subject  to  con- 
firmation by  the  Medical  Examining  Board  of  each  physician’s  registration  status,  since  that  Board  cannot 
answer  all  inquiries  at  the  time  reappointments  are  traditionally  made. 

In  addition,  it  should  be  noted  that  the  Accreditation  Manual  for  Hospitals  1982  under  Standard  5 in  the 
section  dealing  with  medical  staff  requires  “participation  in  continuing  medical  education  programs  outside 
the  hospital  should  also  be  documented  to  demonstrate  its  relevance  and  the  effort  made  by  individual  staff 
members  to  stay  current  in  their  field.  . .This  information  should  be  incorporated  into  each  staff  member’s 
credentials  file  for  evaluation  at  the  time  of  reappointment/reappraisal.” 

It  can  be  presumed  that  many  hospitals  are  already  in  some  way  documenting  the  continuing  medical 
education  activities  of  members  of  the  medical  staff,  if  they  indeed  are  complying  with  this  section  of  JCAH 
standards. 

We  must  again  state  that  the  Wisconsin  Statutes  do  make  it  presumptive  evidence  that  the  person  named 
in  a registration  is  legally  registered  for  the  period  covered  by  such  registration. 

Sincerely, 

H.B.  Maroney 

Assistant  Secretary  and  Corporate  Counsel* 


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Examining  Board  concerning  continuing  medical  education  requirements. 

*** 


Dear 

The  Society  has  received  several  questions  concerning  the  Medical  Examining  Board’s  new  policy  of  doing 
only  random  audits  of  the  Wisconsin  continuing  medical  education  requirement  for  valid  registration,  and 
hence  a valid  license  to  practice  medicine. 

The  Society’s  general  counsel,  Robert  B L Murphy,  Esq,  has  been  asked  to  research  this  question  and 
has  reached  several  conclusions,  which  follow: 

“First,  neither  a Wisconsin  hospital,  nor  its  medical  staff,  has  a legal  obligation  to  verify  independently 
the  accuracy  of  the  CME  statement  required  by  statute  and  rule  to  be  made  biennially  by  a physician  li- 
censed and  registered  in  Wisconsin.  We  include  medical  staffs  because  they  are  so  significant  a part  of  the 
total  process  of  determining  professional  qualifications  and  performance  of  medical  staff  members. 

“Second,  no  hospital  or  medical  staff  should  incur  legal  liability  by  their  reliance  on  state  licensure  and 
registration  without  independent  verification  by  such  hospital  or  staff.  Each  physician  who  makes  an 
original  application  for  staff  privileges,  or  seeks  reappointment  with  such  privileges,  could  be  asked  to  state 
in  writing  that  his  or  her  Wisconsin  license  and  certificate  of  registration  were  both  in  good  standing,  and 
could  be  required  further  as  a continuing  condition  of  staff  privileges  to  notify  the  hospital  in  writing  if  there 
were  any  change  in  either  respect. 

“Third,  if  the  MEB,  which  is  charged  by  law  with  the  administration  of  CME  statements,  believes  a 
random  audit  will  suffice,  we  are  unable  to  imagine  that  liability  could  result  unless  hospital  boards  and 
medical  staffs  devised  machinery  more  demanding  than  the  law  itself. 

“Fourth,  hospital  and  medical  staffs  have  no  reason  to  be  more  exercised  over  the  revised  CME  policy  of 
the  MEB  than  the  malpractice  carriers.  We  have  not  contacted  all  carriers,  but  inquired  of  a representative 
cross  section.  We  found  their  spokesmen  did  not  regard  the  revised  MEB  rules  on  CME  compliance 
as  a significant  or  likely  source  of  potential  legal  liability. 

“Fifth,  there  is  a growing  concept  that  the  medical  and  non-medical  parts  of  a hospital  organization  are 
part  of  one  functional  unit.  See  Johnson  v Misericordia  Community  Hospital,  97  Wis  2d  521  (1980)  page 
532,  Note  4. 

“Sixth,  more  important  than  assuming  the  essentially  clerical  task  of  verifying  CME  reports,  hospital 
boards,  administration  and  medical  staffs  should  become  more  efficient,  tighter  knit  units  in  fulfilling  their 
basic  responsibilities  for  staff  appointments,  reappointments  and  performance.  This  is  the  unmistakable 
direction  of  hospital  literature  and  court  opinions.  High  standards  of  investigation,  the  limitation  of  staff 
privileges  to  what  is  justified  by  the  training,  experience  and  judgment  of  the  applicant,  effective  monitor- 
ing of  the  performance  of  each  staff  member,  followed  by  the  increase,  reduction,  continuation,  or  with- 
drawal of  staff  privileges,  are  all  part  of  the  public  accountability  of  a community  hospital.” 

It  is  the  conclusion  of  Mr  Murphy,  that  the  last  paragraph  of  WHA  general  Memo  65-81  of  September  25, 
1981,  which  states  that,  “the  ‘random  audit’  approach  of  the  MEB  to  verification  of  CME  credits,  will 
place  additional  responsibilities  on  hospitals,”  is  not  necessarily  a correct  assumption.  Section  448.07  (l)(c) 
of  the  Wisconsin  Statutes  provides: 

“Every  registration  made  as  provided  in  this  section  shall  be  presumptive  evidence  in  all  courts  and  other 

places  that  the  person  named  therein  is  legally  registered  for  the  period  covered  by  such  registration,  and 

shall  be  deemed  to  fulfill  any  statutory  requirement  for  renewal  of  license  or  certificate.”  (italicizing 

supplied) 


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Bactrim 

(trimethoprim  and  sulfamethoxazole)  ■ 

succeeds 


Expanding 


therapy 


Bactrim  is  useful  for 

the  following  infec-  A w 

!o  susceptible6  its  usefulness  in 
catedso°gan1sms  antimicrobial 

(see  indications  section 
in  summary  of  product 
information): 


in  recurrent 
UTI... 

a continuing  record 
of  high  clinical 
effectiveness 
against  common 
uropathogens 


in  acute 
otitis  media 
in  children... 

effective  against 
both  major  otic 
pathogens. . .with 
b.i.d.  convenience 


in  acute  ex- 
acerbations 
of  chronic 
bronchitis 
in  adults... 

clears  the  sputum 
and  lowers  its 
volume. . .on  b.i.d. 
dosage 


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which  follows: 

Indications  and  Usage:  For  the  treatment  of  urinary  tract  infections  due  to 
susceptible  strains  of  the  following  organisms:  Escherichia  coll,  Klebsiella-Entero- 
bacter,  Proteus  mirabills,  Proteus  vulgaris,  Proteus  morganii.  It  is  recommended  that 
Initial  episodes  of  uncomplicated  urinary  tract  infections  be  treated  with  a single 
effective  antibacterial  agent  rather  than  the  combination.  Note  The  increasing 
frequency  of  resistant  organisms  limits  the  usefulness  of  all  antibacterials,  especially  in 
these  urinary  tract  infections. 

For  acute  otitis  media  in  children  due  to  susceptible  strains  of  Haemophilus 
Influenzae  or  Streptococcus  pneumoniae  when  in  physician's  judgment  it  offers  an 
advantage  over  other  antimicrobials.  Limited  clinical  information  presently 
available  on  effectiveness  of  treatment  of  otitis  media  with  Bactrim  when  infection 
Is  due  to  ampicillin-resistant  Haemophilus  influenzae.  To  date,  there  are  limited 
data  on  the  safety  of  repeated  use  of  Bactrim  in  children  under  two  years  of  age. 
Bactrim  is  not  indicated  for  prophylactic  or  prolonged  administration  in  otitis 
media  at  any  age. 

For  acute  exacerbations  of  chronic  bronchitis  in  adults  due  to  susceptible  strains 
of  Haemophilus  influenzae  or  Streptococcus  pneumoniae  when  in  physician's 
judgment  it  offers  an  advantage  over  a single  antimicrobial  agent. 

For  enteritis  due  to  susceptible  strains  of  Shigella  flexneri  and  Shigella  sonnei 
when  antibacterial  therapy  is  indicated. 

Also  for  the  treatment  of  documented  Pneumocystis  carinii  pneumonitis.  To  date, 
this  drug  has  been  tested  only  in  patients  9 months  to  16  years  of  age  who  were 
Immunosuppressed  by  cancer  therapy. 

Contraindications:  Hypersensitivity  to  trimethoprim  or  sulfonamides;  patients  with, 
documented  megaloblastic  anemia  due  to  folate  deficiency;  pregnancy  at  term; 
nursing  mothers  because  sulfonamides  are  excreted  in  human  milk  and  may  cause 
kernicterus;  infants  less  than  2 months  of  age 

Warnings:  BACTRIM  SHOULD  NOT  BE  USED  TO  TREAT  STREPTOCOCCAL 
PHARYNGITIS.  Clinical  studies  show  that  patients  with  group  A /3-hemolytic 
streptococcal  tonsillopharyngitis  have  higher  incidence  of  bacteriologic  failure  when 
treated  with  Bactrim  than  do  those  treated  with  penicillin  Deaths  from  hypersensitivity 
reactions,  agranulocytosis,  aplastic  anemia  and  other  blood  dyscrasias  have  been 
associated  with  sulfonamides  Experience  with  trimethoprim  is  much  more  limited  but 
occasional  interference  with  hematopoiesis  has  been  reported  as  well  as  an  increased 
incidence  of  thrombopema  with  purpura  in  elderly  patients  on  certain  diuretics, 
primarily  thiazides.  Sore  throat,  fever,  pallor,  purpura  or  jaundice  may  be  early  signs  of 
serious  blood  disorders.  Frequent  CBC's  are  recommended;  therapy  should  be 
discontinued  if  a significantly  reduced  count  of  any  formed  blood  element  is  noted. 

Precautions:  General  Use  cautiously  in  patients  with 
impaired  renal  or  hepatic  function,  possible  folate 
deficiency,  severe  allergy  or  bronchial  asthma  In 
patients  with  glucose-6-phosphate  dehydrogenase 
deficiency,  hemolysis,  frequently  dose-related,  may 
occur  During  therapy,  maintain  adequate  fluid  intake  and 
perform  frequent  urinalyses,  with  careful  microscopic 
examination,  and  renal  function  tests,  particularly  where 
there  is  impaired  renal  function  Bactrim  may  prolong 
prothrombin  time  in  those  receiving  warfarin,  reassess 
coagulation  time  when  administering  Bactrim  to  these 
patients. 

Pregnancy  Teratogenic  Effects:  Pregnancy  Category  C. 
Because  trimethoprim  and  sulfamethoxazole  may  inter- 
fere with  folic  acid  metabolism,  use  during  pregnancy 
only  if  potential  benefits  justify  the  potential  risk  to  the 
fetus 

Adverse  Reactions:  All  major  reactions  to  sulfonamides 
and  trimethoprim  are  included,  even  if  not  reported  with 
Bactrim  Blood  dyscrasias  Agranulocytosis,  aplastic 
anemia,  megaloblastic  anemia,  thrombopema,  leuko- 
penia, hemolytic  anemia,  purpura,  hypoprothrombinemia 
and  methemoglobinemia  Allergic  reactions  Erythema 
multiforme,  Stevens-Johnson  syndrome,  generalized  skin  eruptions,  epidermal 
necrolysis,  urticaria,  serum  sickness,  pruritus,  exfoliative  dermatitis,  anaphylactoid 
reactions,  periorbital  edema,  conjunctival  and  scleral  injection,  photosensitization, 
arthralgia  and  allergic  myocarditis.  Gastrointestinal  reactions:  Glossitis,  stomatitis, 
nausea,  emesis,  abdominal  pains,  hepatitis,  diarrhea  and  pancreatitis.  CNS  reactions: 
Headache,  peripheral  neuritis,  mental  depression,  convulsions,  ataxia,  hallucinations, 
tinnitus,  vertigo,  insomnia,  apathy,  fatigue,  muscle  weakness  and  nervousness. 
Miscellaneous  reactions  Drug  fever,  chills,  toxic  nephrosis  with  oliguria  and  anuria, 
periarteritis  nodosa  and  L E phenomenon  Due  to  certain  chemical  similarities  to  some 
goitrogens.  diuretics  (acetazolamide,  thiazides)  and  oral  hypoglycemic  agents, 
sulfonamides  have  caused  rare  instances  of  goiter  production,  diuresis  and 
hypoglycemia  in  patients,  cross-sensitivity  with  these  agents  may  exist.  In  rats,  long- 
term therapy  with  sulfonamides  has  produced  thyroid  malignancies. 

Dosage:  Not  recommended  for  infants  less  than  two  months  of  age. 

URINARY  TRACT  INFECTIONS  AND  SHIGELLOSIS  IN  ADULTS  AND  CHILDREN,  AND 
ACUTE  OTITIS  MEDIA  IN  CHILDREN: 

Adults  Usual  adult  dosage  for  urinary  tract  infections — 1 DS  tablet  (double  strength), 

2 tablets  (single  strength)  or  4 teasp.  (20  ml)  b i d.  for  10-14  days.  Use  identical  daily 
dosage  for  5 days  for  shigellosis 

Children.  Recommended  dosage  for  children  with  urinary  tract  infections  or  acute  otitis 
media — 8 mg/kg  trimethoprim  and  40  mg/kg  sulfamethoxazole  per  24  hours,  in  two 
divided  doses  for  10  days.  Use  identical  daily  dosage  for  5 days  for  shigellosis. 

For  patients  with  renal  impairment  Use  recommended  dosage  regimen  when  creatinine 
clearance  is  above  30  ml/min.  If  creatinine  clearance  is  between  15  and  30  ml/min, 
use  one-half  the  usual  regimen.  Bactrim  is  not  recommended  if  creatinine  clearance  is 
below  15  ml/min 

ACUTE  EXACERBATIONS  OF  CHRONIC  BRONCHITIS  IN  ADULTS: 

Usual  adult  dosage  1 DS  tablet  (double  strength),  2 tablets  (single  strength)  or 
4 teasp  (20  ml)  b i d.  for  14  days. 

PNEUMOCYSTIS  CARINII  PNEUMONITIS: 

Recommended  dosage  20  mg/kg  trimethoprim  and  100  mg/kg  sulfamethoxazole  per 
24  hours  in  equal  doses  every  6 hours  for  14  days.  See  complete  product  information 
for  suggested  children's  dosage  table 

Supplied:  Double  Strength  (DS)  tablets,  each  containing  160  mg  trimethoprim  and  800 
mg  sulfamethoxazole,  bottles  of  100;  Tel-E-Dose®  packages  of  100;  Prescription  Paks 
of  20  and  28.  Tablets,  each  containing  80  mg  trimethoprim  and  400  mg  sulfamethox- 
azole— bottles  of  100  and  500:  Tel-E-Dose®  packages  of  100,  Prescription  Paks  of  40. 
Pediatric  Suspension,  containing  40  mg  trimethoprim  and  200  mg  sulfamethoxazole 
per  teaspoonful  (5  ml);  cherry-flavored — bottles  of  100  ml  and  16  oz  (1  pint). 

Suspension,  containing  40  mg  trimethoprim  and  200  mg  sulfamethoxazole  per 
teaspoonful  (5  ml);  fruit-licorice  flavored — bottles  of  16  oz  (1  pint). 


in  shigellosis. 

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ampicillin2 


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Bactrim  continues  to  demonstrate  high  clinical  effec-  

tiveness  in  recurrent  urinary  tract  infections.  Bactrim  DOUBLE  STRENGTH  TABLETS 
reaches  effective  levels  in  urine,  serum,  and  renal 

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tissue1 . . .the  trimethoprim  component  diffuses  into 
vaginal  secretions  in  bactericidal  concentrations1... 
and  in  the  fecal  flora,  Bactrim  effectively  suppresses 
Enterobacteriaceae1 2 with  little  resulting  emergence 
of  resistant  organisms. 

1.  Rubin  RH.  Swartz  MN:  N Engl  J Med  303  426-432,  Aug  21,  1980  2.  Data  on  file, 

Medical  Department.  Hoffmann-La  Roche  Inc. 


maximizes  results  with  B.I.D.  convenience 


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Clear  correlation  belween  anxiety  and  depression3 

The  above  graph  illustrates  a relationship  belween  anxiety  and  depression,  indicating  that  patients  seldom 
present  with  anxiety  or  depression  alone;  more  often  they  have  both  in  varying  degrees.  Data  based  on  a 
sampling  of  100  outpatients  (64  male,  36  female)  seen  at  a general  psychiatric  clinic. 

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DEPRESSED  PATIENTS  WHO  ARE 

ALSO  ANXIOUS12 


Most  depressed  patients  are  also  anxious. . . 

Some  authors  estimate  that  70%  of  all  nonpsychotic  patients  with  symptoms  of 
depression  have  concomitant  symptoms  of  anxiety.'-2  One  author  found  a distinct 
correlation  between  anxiety  and  depression  scores  in  100  nonpsychotic  outpatients 
administered  the  Minnesota  Multiphasic  Personality  Inventory  in  a general  psychiatric 
clinic.3  As  depression  scores  increased,  so  did  anxiety  scores.  No  attempt  was  made 
to  select  patients  other  than  to  exclude  psychotics. 


but  not  psychotic 


The  logic  of  treating  both  components  of  anxious  depression  is  clear.  Antipsychotics, 
like  the  phenothiazines,  however,  carry  a well-documented  risk  of  tardive  dyskinesia.4 
Because  of  this,  an  ARA  Task  Force  recently  recommended  the  judicious  use  of  pheno- 
thiazines in  cases  other  than  chronic  psychosis  or  the  use  of  alternative  treatments. 


A better  way  to  give  relief 


Limbitrol  combines  the  specific  anxiolytic  action  of  Librium®  (chlordiazepoxide 
HCI/Roche) — a benzodiazepine  with  a long  history  of  safe  use— with  the 
antidepressant  action  of  amitriptyline,  a tricyclic  of  established  clinical  efficacy.  In 
comparison  to  phenothiazines,  Limbitrol  and  its  components  have  rarely  been 
associated  with  tardive  dyskinesia  or  other  extrapyramidal  side  effects.  And  in  terms 
of  rapid  response  and  patient  compliance,  Limbitrol  appears  to  be  superior  to 
amitriptyline  alone.  Controlled  multiclinic  studies  showed  Limbitrol  relieved  more 
symptoms  more  rapidly  than  did  amitriptyline.5  Despite  a higher  incidence  of 
drowsiness,  the  dropout  rate  due  to  side  effects  was  lower  with  Limbitrol.  (See 
adverse  reactions  section  in  summary  of  product  information  on  next  page.  As 
with  any  CNS-acting  agent,  patients  should  be  cautioned  about  driving  or  using 
dangerous  machines  while  on  therapy  with  Limbitrol.) 

References:  1.  Rickets  K:  Drug  treatment  of  anxiety,  in  Psychopharmacology  in  the  Practice  of  Medicine. 
ed.  Jarvik  ME.  New  York,  Appleton-Century-Crofts,  1977,  p.  316.  2.  Schatzberg  AF,  Cole  JO:  Benzodiaze- 
pines in  depressive  disorders.  Arch  Gen  Psychiatry  35.1359-1365,  1978.  3.  Claghorn  J:  The  anxiety- 
depression  syndrome.  Psychosomatics  11 438-441,  1970.  4.  The  Task  Force  on  Late  Neurological  Effects 
of  Antipsychotic  Drugs:  Tardive  dyskinesia,  summary  of  a task  force  report  of  the  American  Psychiatric 
Association.  Am  J Psychiatry  137.1 163-1 172,  1980.  5.  Feighner  JP  efal : A placebo-controlled  multi- 
center trial  of  Limbitrol  versus  its'components  (amitriptyline  and  chlordiazepoxide)  in  the  symptomatic 
treatment  of  depressive  illness  Psychopharmacology  61. 217-225,  1979. 


y In  moderate  depression  and  anxiety 

LimbitrcJ 

Tablets  5-12.5  each  containing  5 mg  chlordiazepoxide  and  12.5  mg  amitriptyline 
(as  the  hydrochloride  salt) 

Tablets  10-25  each  containing  10  mg  chlordiazepoxide  and  25  mg  amitriptyline 
(as  the  hydrochloride  salt) 

Relief  without  a phenothiazine 


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LIMBITROL  - TABLETS  Tranquilizer-Antidepressant 

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a summary  of  which  follows: 

Indications:  Relief  of  moderate  to  severe  depression  associated  with  moderate 
to  severe  anxiety 

Contraindications:  Known  hypersensitivity  to  benzodiazepines  or  tricyclic 
antidepressants  Do  not  use  with  monoamine  oxidase  (MAO)  inhibitors  or 
within  14  days  following  discontinuation  of  MAO  inhibitors  since  hyperpyretic 
crises,  severe  convulsions  and  deaths  have  occurred  with  concomitant  use, 
then  initiate  cautiously,  gradually  increasing  dosage  until  optimal  response  is 
achieved  Contraindicated  during  acute  recovery  phase  following  myocardial 
infarction 

Warnings:  Use  with  great  care  in  patients  with  history  of  urinary  retention  or 
angle-closure  glaucoma  Severe  constipation  may  occur  in  patients  taking 
tricyclic  antidepressants  and  anticholinergic-type  drugs  Closely  supervise 
cardiovascular  patients  (Arrhythmias,  sinus  tachycardia  and  prolongation  of 
conduction  time  reported  with  use  of  tricyclic  antidepressants,  especially  high 
doses  Myocardial  infarction  and  stroke  reported  with  use  of  this  class  of 
drugs  ) Caution  patients  about  possible  combined  effects  with  alcohol  and 
other  CNS  depressants  and  against  hazardous  occupations  requiring  complete 
mental  alertness  (e  g , operating  machinery,  driving) 

Usage  in  Pregnancy:  Use  of  minor  tranquilizers  during  the  first 
trimester  should  almost  always  be  avoided  because  ot  increased 
risk  of  congenital  malformations  as  suggested  in  several  studies. 
Consider  possibility  of  pregnancy  when  instituting  therapy;  advise 
patients  to  discuss  therapy  if  they  intend  to  or  do  become  pregnant. 
Since  physical  and  psychological  dependence  to  chlordiazepoxide  have  been 
reported  rarely,  use  caution  in  administering  Lmnbitrol  to  addiction-prone 
individuals  or  those  who  might  increase  dosage,  withdrawal  symptoms 
following  discontinuation  of  either  component  alone  have  been  reported 
(nausea,  headache  and  malaise  for  amitriptyline,  symptoms  [including 
convulsions]  similar  to  those  of  barbiturate  withdrawal  for  chlordiazepoxide) 
Precautions:  Use  with  caution  in  patients  with  a history  of  seizures,  in 
hyperthyroid  patients  or  those  on  thyroid  medication,  and  in  patients  with 
impaired  renal  or  hepatic  function  Because  of  the  possibility  of  suicide  in 
depressed  patients,  do  not  permit  easy  access  to  large  quantities  in  these 
patients  Periodic  liver  function  tests  and  blood  counts  are  recommended 
during  prolonged  treatment  Amitriptyline  component  may  block  action  of 
guanethidine  or  similar  antihypertensives  Concomitant  use  with  other 
psychotropic  drugs  has  not  been  evaluated  sedative  effects  may  be  additive 
Discontinue  several  days  before  surgery  Limit  concomitant  administration  of 
ECT  to  essential  treatment  See  Warnings  for  precautions  about  pregnancy 
lmnbitrol  should  not  be  taken  during  the  nursing  period  Not  recommended 
in  children  under  12 

In  the  elderly  and  debilitated,  limit  to  smallest  effective  dosage  to  preclude 
ataxia,  oversedation,  confusion  or  anticholinergic  effects 
Adverse  Reactions:  Most  frequently  reported  are  those  associated  with  either 
component  alone  drowsiness,  dry  mouth,  constipation,  blurred  vision, 
dizziness  and  bloating  Less  frequently  occurring  reactions  include  vivid 
dreams,  impotence,  tremor,  confusion  and  nasal  congestion  Many  depressive 
symptoms  including  anorexia,  fatigue,  weakness,  restlessness  and  lethargy 
have  been  reported  as  side  effects  of  both  Lmnbitrol  and  amitriptyline 
Granulocytopenia,  jaundice  and  hepatic  dysfunction  have  been  observed 
rarely 

The  following  list  includes  adverse  reactions  not  reported  with  Limbitrol  but 
requiring  consideration  because  they  have  been  reported  with  one  or  both 
components  or  closely  related  drugs 

Cardiovascular  Hypotension,  hypertension,  tachycardia,  palpitations,  myo- 
cardial infarction,  arrhythmias,  heart  block,  stroke 
Psychiatric  Euphoria,  apprehension,  poor  concentration,  delusions,  halluci- 
nations, hypomama  and  increased  or  decreased  libido 
Neurologic  Incoordination,  ataxio,  numbness,  tingling  and  paresthesias  of  the 
extremities,  extrapyramidal  symptoms,  syncope,  changes  in  EEG  patterns 
Anticholinergic  Disturbance  of  accommodation,  paralytic  ileus,  urinary 
retention,  dilatation  of  urinary  tract 

Allergic  Skin  rash,  urticaria,  photosensitization,  edema  of  face  and  tongue, 
pruritus 

Hematologic  Bone  marrow  depression  including  agranulocytosis, 
eosinophilia.  purpura,  thrombocytopenia 

Gastrointestinal  Nausea,  epigastric  distress,  vomiting,  anorexia,  stomatitis, 
peculiar  taste,  diarrhea,  black  tongue 

Endocrine  Testicular  swelling  and  gynecomastia  in  the  male,  breast 
enlargement,  galactorrhea  and  minor  menstrual  irregularities  in  the  female 
and  elevation  and  lowering  of  blood  sugar  levels 
Other  Headache,  weight  gam  or  loss,  increased  perspiration,  urinary 
frequency,  mydriasis,  jaundice,  alopecia,  parotid  swelling 
Overdosage:  Immediately  hospitalize  patient  suspected  of  having  taken  an 
overdose  Treatment  is  symptomatic  and  supportive  I V administration  of  1 to 
3 mg  physostigmine  salicylate  has  been  reported  to  reverse  the  symptoms  of 
amitriptyline  poisoning  See  complete  product  information  for  manifestation 
and  treatment 

Dosage:  Individualize  according  to  symptom  severity  and  patient  response 
Reduce  to  smallest  effective  dosage  when  satisfactory  response  is  obtained 
Larger  portion  of  daily  dose  may  be  taken  at  bedtime  Single  h s dose  may 
suffice  for  some  patients  Lower  dosages  are  recommended  for  the  elderly 
Limbitrol  10-25,  initial  dosage  of  three  to  four  tablets  daily  in  divided  doses, 
increased  to  six  tablets  or  decreased  to  two  tablets  daily  as  required  Limbitrol 
5-12  5,  initial  dosage  of  three  to  four  tablets  daily  in  divided  doses,  for 
patients  who  do  not  tolerate  higher  doses 

How  Supplied:  White,  film-coated  tablets,  each  containing  10  mg  chlor- 
diazepoxide and  25  mg  amitriptyline  (as  the  hydrochloride  sdlt)  and  blue, 
film-coated  tablets,  each  containing  5 mg  chlordiazepoxide  and  12  5 mg 
amitriptyline  (as  the  hydrochloride  salt) — bottles  ot  100  and  500,  Tel-E-Dose" 
packages  of  100,  available  in  trays  of  4 reverse-numbered  boxes  of  25, 
and  in  boxes  containing  10  strips  of  10,  Prescription  Paks  of  50 


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Contents 

WISCONSIN  MEDICAL  JOURNAL,  VOL.  81  (No.  2)  February  1982 


SPECIAL  FEATURES 

7 President’s  Page:  Quality  and  cost-effective- 
ness—not  at  odds,  by  Albert  J Motzel  Jr,  MD, 
Waukesha 

9 Editorials:  The  “sentinel  effect”.  . .Liability 
update 

10  Letters:  Inappropriate  hospitalization,  by  Nel- 
son A Moffat,  MD,  Marshfield.  . .Nutrition 
issue,  by  Ruth  S Dickie,  RD,  Madison 

13  Special:  Issues  that  may  shape  your  future 
[SMS  Leadership  Conference  1981] 

36  Whether  to  incorporate 

38  Healthcare/socioeconomics:  Chiro  insurance 
bill  defeated  for  third  session  in  a row.  . .State 
claims  $2.8  million  savings  in  second  opinion 
program.  . .Governmental  Affairs  reviews 
new  legislation.  . .Psychotherapy  services 
under  T-19  subject  of  SMS  survey.  . .Society 
urges  passage  of  smoking  regulation  bill.  . . 
Panel  revision  bill  goes  to  public  hearing.  . . 
Pharmacy  Board  backs  off  from  MD  dispens- 
ing proposal.  . .Advisory  committee  for  post- 
moratorium plan  in  place 

44  AMA  Physician’s  Recognition  Award  Recipients 

45  Medical  Assistants:  Professional  Develop- 
ment and  Advancement  Seminar 

64  News  you  can  use:  Overcharges  to  MDs  to 
result  in  $7.5  million  refund.  . .Medicaid 
changes  rules  on  nursing  home  visits.  . .AMA 
plans  program  of  written  patient  medication 
instructions.  . .AMA  Library:  A ready  reference 
for  physicians.  . .If  you  wish  to  help  an  im- 
paired physician 

SCIENTIFIC  MEDICINE 

ORIGINAL  ARTICLES 

25  Burn  injuries  in  Wisconsin:  epidemiology  and 
prevention,  by  Murray  L Katcher,  MD,  PhD 
and  Stephen  J Delventhal,  MD,  Madison 

28  Factor  VIII  usage  in  the  Wisconsin  Hemophilia 
Program;  Factor  VIII  usage  in  hemophilia,  by 
Darlene  Lange  and  Jack  Lazerson,  MD,  Mil- 
waukee 

32  Bethanechol  (Urecholin®)  and  bronchocon- 
striction,  by  Sofjan  Lamid,  MD;  Gerhard  H 
Lohaus,  MD;  Usha  Gokulananda,  MD;  Ahmed 
Z El  Ghatit,  MD;  and  Omana  George,  MD, 
Milwaukee 


ABSTRACTS/Wisconsin  authors 

31  Safety  of  changing  intravenous  delivery  sys- 
tems at  longer  than  24-hour  intervals,  by 
Jeffrey  D Band,  MD  and  Dennis  G Maki,  MD, 
Madison 

31  An  administrative  medicine  program  for 
clinician-executives,  by  Don  E Detmer,  MD 
and  Jay  Noren,  MD,  Madison 


ORGANIZATIONAL 

35  Comedian  Dan  Ruskin  set  for  Annual  Meeting 
. . .Annual  Meeting  schedule.  . .SMS  House  of 
Delegates  1982  resolution  deadline  reminder 

35  CES  Foundation:  Contributions— November 
1981 

47  Aesculapian  Society:  Vignette  Book 

48  Membership  facts 

49  European  Spectacular  Tour  — Highlighting 
Paris 

50  Let  these  guides  help  you 

34  State  Medical  Society  Officers  and  Directors; 
Board  of  Delegates  and  Alternate  Delegates 
to  the  AMA 

46  Obituaries:  Alfred  J Klein,  MD,  Eau  Claire; 
Martha  Rosin,  MD,  Sturgeon  Bay;  Albert  T 
Hume,  MD,  Temple,  Texas  (Chetek);  Arthur  E 
McMahon,  MD,  Mason  City,  Iowa  (Menomonie); 
James  R Fant,  MD,  Whitefish  Bay;  Kenneth  P 
Schroeder,  MD,  Oconomowoc;  Hazel  P Les- 
cher,  MD,  Brookfield;  James  W Sargent,  MD, 
Fox  Point;  James  R Regan,  MD,  Wauwatosa; 
Frederick  G Joachim,  MD,  Hilton  Head,  South 
Carolina  (Madison);  Sydney  C Jackson,  MD, 
Madison;  Wilson  S Phillips,  MD,  Sarasota, 
Florida  (Milwaukee) 

DEPARTMENTS 

36  County  societies:  Milwaukee.  . .Brown.  . . 
Kenosha. . .Waukesha 

42  Physician  briefs 

45  News  highlights 

57  Medical  Yellow  Pages:  Physicians  exchange 
. . .Medical  facilities.  . .Miscellaneous.  . . 
Real  estate. . .Advertisers. . .Medical  meetings/ 
CME  courses. . .Bookshelf.* 


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President's  fere 


Quality  and  cost-effectiveness— not  at  odds 


Are  quality  and  cost  at  odds  in  the  distribution 
of  medical  care  as  some  would  have  us  believe?  Is 
quality  medical  care  a legitimate  excuse  for  exorbi- 
tant costs  as  others  suggest  in  justifying  the  cost  of 
care? 

Without  belaboring  the  cost  increases  associated 
with  the  loss  of  purchasing  power  of  the  dollar  let 
us  look  at  medical  care  in  1982  and  beyond  from  the 
point  of  view  of  quality.  With  quality  in  mind  let  us 
consider  the  implications  of  the  above  questions. 

There  is  no  doubt  that  a level  of  care  could  be 
offered  today  in  which  individuals  trained  for  short 
periods  could  administer  “protocols”  on  the  basis  of 
specific  symptoms  and  physical  findings.  For  those 
problems  which  are  simple  and  uncomplicated  this 
would  seemingly  constitute  quality  and  potentially 
economical  care.  Unfortunately  most  problems  are 
not  so  simple,  and  of  those  that  are  many  have 
ramifications  that  can  seriously  affect  future  health 
and,  therefore,  both  quality  of  life  and  future  cost. 

No  doubt  this  risk  can  be  reduced  with  supervision 
by  a competent  and  properly  motivated  physician, 
but  in  the  area  of  diagnosis  and  treatment  the  ulti- 
mate quality  may  be  proportional  to  the  duplication 
of  time.  If  this  is  true,  then  quality  is  ultimately 
based  on  practitioners  fully  educated  in  the  basic 
scientific  underpinning  of  modern  medical  care  as 
well  as  the  anatomic  and  physiologic  interrelation- 
ships between  systems — practitioners  qualified  to 
recognize  and  respond  to  individual  variations  and 
complications.  What  then  are  the  implications  of 
“quality”  at  this  level  in  1982? 

Because  today’s  medical  graduates  have  had 
greater  opportunity  for  broader  clinical  experience  in 
medical  school  than  those  graduates  of  the  past,  we 
have  seen  abandonment  of  the  “rotating  internship” 
and  its  replacement  with  the  “PG-I”  position. 
Nevertheless  we  rarely  see  a physician  enter  practice 
today  without  at  least  three  years  of  postgraduate 
training.  If  this  time  is  spent  effectively,  it  must  con- 
centrate the  knowledge  and  experience  previously 
acquired  during  some  years  of  practice  through  ex- 
posure to  a variety  of  common  and  complicated 


cases  and  to  knowledgable  and  competent  teachers 
in  the  field  of  primary  emphasis.  Additionally  this 
period  of  training  must  instill  a lifelong  habit  of 
study  and  true  dedication  to  excellence  in  patient 
care. 

This  process  of  training  brings  practitioners  to  the 
point  of  practicing  independently.  They  come  with  a 
depth  of  background  knowledge  and  an  additional 
refinement  of  knowledge  and  skill  in  dissimilar 
fields.  Because  virtually  all  physicians  emerge  from 
this  system  today,  there  is  little  opportunity  or 
justification  for  differing  in  one’s  practice  pattern  or 
area  of  emphasis  much  beyond  that  in  which  training 
has  taken  place.  There  is,  however,  much  room  left 
for  expansion  of  knowledge  and  experience  in  an 
ever-deepening  understanding  of  his  or  her  own 
area  of  expertise. 

It  is  in  this  context  that  quality  and  cost-effective- 
ness have  the  potential  to  become  complementary. 
Ultimately  it  is  the  knowledge  and  experience  of  the 
individual  physician  practicing  within  his  or  her  area 
of  real  expertise  that  will  result  in  excellent  and  cost- 
effective  care.  The  recognition  of  real  or  likely  prob- 
lems underlying  a given  set  of  symptoms  and  cir- 
cumstances with  the  undelayed  performance  of  the 
most  appropriate  diagnostic  and  confirmatory 
studies,  followed  by  the  early  institution  of  the  most 
effective  treatment,  is  the  essence  of  both  quality 
and  cost-effectiveness.  Similarly  the  most  adept  per- 
formance of  the  correct  diagnostic  or  therapeutic 
procedure  by  a practitioner  well  trained  and  able  to 
recognize  and  properly  treat  those  complications 
inherent  in  these  procedures  or  in  susceptible  in- 
dividuals can  purvey  the  highest  quality  and  most 
economical  care.  Quality  suffers  most  at  the  hands 
of  the  practitioners  who  are  least  adept  at  recog- 
nizing the  likely  nature  of  a problem.  Therefore, 
they  must  proceed  too  often  through  the  ordering  of 
numerous  studies  to  guide  them  to  the  correct  diag- 
nosis. Even  worse,  they  may  not  recognize  serious 
symptoms  and  signs  for  what  they  portend  and 
neglects  a problem  or  complication  at  a stage  in 

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which  the  solution  might  have  been  simple  and  brief 
only  to  have  a complicated,  prolonged,  costly,  or 
even  disastrous  outcome  result. 

None  of  this  suggests  that  a training  program  in 
any  particular  specialty  has  a monopoly  on  quality 
or  that  good  perceptive  and  effective  physicians  are 
not  found  in  all  fields  of  practice.  However,  in  an 
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undue  inconvenience  to  virtually  all  patients,  and  in- 
creasing review  of  quality  (including  those  en- 
counters incurring  inordinately  high  cost),  it  will 
behoove  all  programs  to  educate  their  residents  well 
in  those  areas  in  which  their  practices  will  be  con- 
centrated and  to  stress  that  all  physicians  are  to 
practice  within  the  limits  of  their  training. 

In  conclusion  it  is  the  physician  utilizing  his 
breadth  of  knowledge,  but  proceeding  in  the  specific 
area  in  which  he  or  she  has  acquired  special  exper- 
tise, to  render  the  best  and  most  efficient  care  in  each 
case  that  will  produce  the  quality  and  economy  so 
necessary  now  and  in  the  future.  It  is  delay  in  or 
failure  of  diagnosis,  unnecessary  complications,  and 
duplication  which  add  most  to  the  unjustified  cost  of 
care.  Quality  and  cost  of  medical  care  are  not  at 
odds,  and  quality  in  itself  does  not  generate  ex- 
orbitant cost.  ■ 


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Editorials 


WAYNE  J BOULANGER,  MD,  Editorial  Director 


Official  positions  of  the  Society  will  be  expressly  Identified  as  such;  all  others  are  views  of  the  writer 
and  not  necessarily  those  of  the  Society. 


The  “sentinel  effect” 

The  Wisconsin  State  Legislature  has  required  that 
the  Department  of  Health  and  Social  Services 
(DHSS)  evaluate  the  effects  of  its  Second  Surgical 
Opinion  Program  for  Medicaid  and  report  its  find- 
ings to  the  Joint  Committee  on  Finance  and  the  ap- 
propriate committees  in  each  House  not  later  than 
January  1,  1982.  In  December  1981  the  Department 
made  its  report  after  providing  the  Medical  Society 
with  a draft  for  review. 

The  report  covers  the  period  from  the  Second 
Opinion  Program’s  implementation  in  February 
1981  through  September  1981,  using  data  based  on 
claims  paid  by  EDS  Federal  Insurance.  It  took  into 
account  only  partially  the  start-up  and  tail-lag 
periods. 

Massive  reductions  in  surgery  are  claimed,  for  in- 
stance a 34.7%  reduction  in  cholecystectomies, 
38.4%  drop  in  hemorrhoidectomies,  34.3%  drop  in 
hysterectomies,  a 49.7%  drop  in  varicose  veins,  and 
a 53.4%  drop  in  D&Cs. 

(This  in  spite  of  the  fact  that  the  rate  of  discon- 
firming  second  opinion  was  only  6.9% .) 

The  Department  further  postulates  a net  savings 
of  $2.8  million,  and  states  that  90%  of  the  reduction 
in  surgery  is  due  to  what  it  calls  the  “sentinel  effect.” 

The  “sentinel  effect”  is  the  deterrent  effect  of  the 
mere  existence  of  a second  opinion  program.  In 
other  words,  surgeons  are  more  circumspect  in 
recommending  operations  if  they  know  that  another 
surgeon  will  be  asked  to  judge  the  worth  of  their 
proposals. 

There  are  many  aspects  of  the  report  which  are 
open  to  attack,  especially  with  regard  to  the  data 
used  in  arriving  at  the  rather  optimistic  conclusions. 
Perhaps  the  greatest  flaw  in  the  report  is  simply  that 
the  program  hasn’t  been  in  full  swing  long  enough 
to  permit  detection  of  any  sort  of  trend.  But  the 
most  irresponsible  conclusion  is  the  bald  statement 
that  90%  of  the  drop  in  surgery  is  due  to  the  “senti- 
nel effect.”  There  is  absolutely  no  element  of  the 
second  opinion  program  which  is  designed  to  assess 
the  “sentinel  effect”  in  the  first  place.  To  assume 
that  a reduction  in  the  number  of  operations  actually 
performed  is  for  the  most  part  due  to  the  fact  that 
Big  Brother  is  watching  is  to  impugn  the  character 
of  a great  number  of  Wisconsin  surgeons.  To  make 
such  a statement  without  proof  is  not  worthy  be- 
havior of  a governmental  agency. 

Despite  these  deficiencies  the  Medical  Society  is 
asking  the  DHSS  and  the  Legislature  (as  is  DHSS) 

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to  continue  the  program  for  at  least  a total  of  two 
years  from  inception  to  get  an  adequate  trial  period 
for  data,  and  at  the  same  time  to  improve  its  data 
gathering  technics  and  the  methodology  for  eval- 
uation. — WJB 


Liability  update 

A NEW  allegation  of  malpractice  is  filed  with  the 
Wisconsin  Patients  Compensation  Panels  each  and 
every  day.  There  are  currently  342  pending  cases, 
80%  of  which  will  be  processed  through  formal 
panels. 

Of  all  filed  cases  35%  go  to  a panel  hearing; 
60%  are  settled  prior  to  hearing.  Of  those  that  have 
gone  to  a hearing,  claimants  have  won  31%  and 
physicians  and  hospitals  68%.  No  information  is 
available  on  those  settled  prior  to  hearing  because 
there  is  no  requirement  for  reporting  their  outcome. 

The  mean  time  from  filing  a complaint  of  mal- 
practice to  disposal  is  230  days.  The  law  requires 
their  settlement  in  120  days.  Even  though  the  case- 
load is  lagging,  eight  months  from  filing  to  settle- 
ment is  a huge  improvement  over  the  3-5  year  trial 
tail  that  Wisconsin  experienced  prior  to  1976. 

The  slowdown,  however,  has  two  major  causes. 
One,  the  panels’  administrative  agency  has  a rapidly 
growing  caseload,  but  state  rules  frustrate  its  ability 
to  obtain  additional  clerical  help  even  though  it  has 
$2  million  in  reserves  paid  entirely  by  physicians  and 
hospitals.  This  bureaucratic-legislative  stupidity  is 
causing  undue  pain,  suffering,  and  expense  to  both 
physicians  and  consumers. 

Two,  a shortage  of  available  defense  attorneys 
appears  to  have  a major  impact  on  the  speed  with 
which  cases  can  be  moved  through  the  panels.  There 
are  only  three  major  liability  insurance  carriers  in  the 
state.  Each  has  its  own  small  cadre  of  “top  notch” 
defense  lawyers,  and  each  wants  every  case  handled 
by  its  best.  This  causes  obvious  delays  in  scheduling. 
The  Bar  of  Wisconsin  has  some  obligation  to  seek 
elimination  of  this  problem,  again  in  the  interest  of 
economics  and  humane  concern.  — ERT ■ 


Letters 

The  Editors  would  like  to  encourage  physicians  to  contribute  to  the  LETTERS  section  where  they  can  ventilate  their  frustrations  as 
well  as  opinions.  This  feature  Is  intended  to  be  lively  and  spirited  as  well  as  informative  and  educational.  As  with  other  material 
which  Is  submitted  for  publication,  all  letters  will  be  subject  to  the  usual  editing.  Address  correspondence  to:  The  Editor,  Wisconsin 
Medical  Journal,  Box  1 109,  Madison,  Wis  53701. 


Inappropriate  hospitalization 


To  the  Honorable  William  Proxmire  (US 
Senate):  I enclose  a column  from  the  December  1981 
Wisconsin  Medical  Journal  (“Lies”  [editorial], 
page  9)  which  nicely  illustrates  the  scrutiny  that  the 
private  sector  is  bringing  to  bear  on  inappropriate 
hospitalization.  I fully  support  and  encourage  this 
type  of  scrutiny,  and  in  fact  we  here  are  exerting 
similar  pressure  to  reduce  lengths  and  frequency  of 
hospitalization  of  our  patients.  This  effort  of  course 
is  being  strongly  stimulated  by  our  friends  in  Wash- 
ington, in  an  effort  to  curtail  rising  health  care 
costs. 

Why  then  can’t  they  direct  similar  energy  toward 
promoting  greater  efficiency  in  our  ludicrously  lax 
and  expensive  VA  Hospital  program?  I have  en- 
closed a discharge  summary  from  the  . . .VA 
Hospital  which  I recently  received  on  a patient  of 
mine.  He  was  admitted  for  two  and  a half  days  in 
June  simply  for  the  purpose  of  having  a physical 
examination,  a chest  x-ray,  EKG,  and  a blood  count. 
I can  see  absolutely  no  excuse  for  not  prohibiting 
that  type  of  wasteful  expenditure  of  resources,  or 
requiring  the  same  degree  of  justification  of  it  as  we 
do  in  the  private  sector.  This  “veteran”  (as  they 
so  charmingly  refer  to  him  repeatedly  in  the  history) 


was  not  in  the  least  bit  sick  but  was  admitted  solely 
for  a “routine  annual  comprehensive  physical  ex- 
amination” which  could  have  been  accomplished  in 
about  an  hour  and  a half  as  an  outpatient. 

1 urge  your  support  of  the  proposition  that  all 
hospitals  public  or  private  be  subject  to  the  same 
utilization  review  principles. 

Nelson  A Moffat,  MD 

President,  Marshfield  Clinic 

Marshfield,  Wisconsin 


Nutrition  issue 

To  Frederick  Stare,  PhD,  MD  (Harvard  Medical 
School):  I must  commend  you  on  the  excellent  his- 
torical reviews  which  you  helped  plan  and  part  of 
which  you  wrote  for  the  October  1981  Wisconsin 
Medical  Journal.  The  papers  are  very  interesting  and 
well  done.  Although  this  is  “old  stuff”  to  you  and 
the  other  authors,  Wisconsin’s  development  of  nu- 
tritional sciences  is  largely  unknown  by  most  phy- 
sicians and  nutritionists.  I put  the  entire  issue  on  my 
“Highly  Recommended  Reading”  list  for  my  ADA 
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Professional 


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MEMBERSHIP  FACTS 

Are  you  a member  of  the  State  Medical  Society  of 
Wisconsin,  or  do  you  know  someone  who  isn’t? 
Whether  you’re  just  starting  medical  school,  main- 
tain a full-time  practice,  or  are  retired,  SMS  has  a 
membership  classification  to  fit  your  individual 
needs.  Furthermore,  in  light  of  a recent  change  in 
membership  policy,  physicians  may  join  their 
county  and  state  societies  and  the  AMA  or  just 
their  county  and  state  societies;  however,  AMA 
membership  is  encouraged.  Dues  for  regular  mem- 
bership are  $410  for  SMS,  $285  for  AMA,  and 
county  society  dues  vary.  A more  detailed  listing 
of  SMS  membership  classifications  and  their  cor- 
responding dues  follows: 

State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin 
DESCRIPTION  OF  DUES 
CLASSIFICATION  CODES 

Regular:  Member  in  active  practice.  Some  are  regu- 
lar members  that  have  reduced  SMS  and/or  AMA 
dues  because  they  are  new  practitioners  (first  year 
or  two  out  of  residency). 

Resident:  Physician  who  at  January  1 ot  dues  year 
is  in  an  approved  training  program  as  a hospital  resi- 
dent or  research  fellow  who  is  licensed  to  practice 
medicine  and  surgery  in  Wisconsin. 

Military  Service:  Members  who  are  serving  in  the 
U.S.  armed  forces  (generally  not  to  exceed  five 
years). 

Associate:  Member  whose  dues  are  waived  because 
of  illness  or  financial  hardship.  This  classification  is 
temporary  and  is  reviewed  on  an  annual  basis. 

Life:  Member  who  has  held  membership  in  a state 
medical  society  for  50  years  or  is  a Past  President  of 
the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin. 

Honorary:  Member  who  was  named  by  the  Board  of 
Directors  in  recognition  of  long  and  distinguished 
service  to  the  cause  of  medicine. 


Retired:  Member  who  has  completely  retired  from 
practice  (works  less  than  240  hours  per  year).  All 
dues  are  waived  unless  county  society  indicates  they 
wish  to  charge  county  dues. 

Part-time  Practice:  Physician,  regardless  of  age,  who 
practices  1 ,000  hours  or  less  during  the  calendar  year 
but  does  not  qualify  for  retired  membership. 

Over  Age  70:  Member  in  active  practice  who  is  over 
70  years  of  age. 

Candidate:  Member  attending  a medical  school  in 
Wisconsin  or  fulfilling  a postgraduate  obligation 
prior  to  eligibility  for  licensure. 

Scientific  Fellow:  Member  who  is  engaged  in  teach- 
ing one  or  more  of  the  basic  sciences  at  an  accredited 
college  or  university,  and  not  holding  the  degree  of 
Doctor  of  Medicine  or  Osteopathy. 

Emeritus:  Retired  members  who  have  chosen  not  to 
renew  their  license. 

1982  DUES  AMOUNTS  FOR  THESE 
CLASSIFICATIONS 


SMS 

AMA 

COUNTY 

Regular 

S410 

$285 

Normal  County  Dues 

Resident 

41 

35 

Varies 

Military  Service 

-0- 

285  or  35 

-0- 

Associate 

-0- 

-0- 

-0- 

Life 

-0- 

-0- 

-0- 

Honorary 

-0- 

-0- 

-0- 

Retired 

-0- 

-0-  * 

-0- 

Part-time  Practice 

205 

285  * 

Normal  County  Dues 

Over  Age  70 

205 

-0-  * 

Normal  County  Dues 

Scientific  Fellow 

-0- 

-0- 

Emeritus 
Candidate — 

-0- 

-0- 

Freshman  Year 
Medical  Student 

-0- 

15 

Varies 

Sophomore  and 
Succeeding  Medical 
Student  Years 

10 

15 

Varies 

Postgraduate — One 

10 

35 

Varies 

•Due  to  recent  policy  changes  by  the  AMA,  future  exemptions  from  AMA  dues  will  be  given  to  those  physicians  who  are  over  70  years  of  age  and  are 
retired  from  practice  or  practice  1000  hours  or  less  a year. 


1982  Dues  must  be  paid  in  full  by  May  15 

Physicians  are  reminded  that  the  newly  revised  Constituion  and  Bylaws,  as  adopted  by  the  1981 
House  of  Delegates  and  printed  in  the  June  1981  Blue  Book  issue,  state  that  “any  member 
whose  current  year’s  dues  have  not  been  received  by  the  secretary  of  this  Society  by  May  15 
shall  be  deemed  in  arrears  and  his  name  shall  be  removed  from  the  membership  rolls  of  his 
county  society  and  this  Society  until  such  time  as  full  dues  for  the  current  year  have  been  re- 
ceived.” 

— Membership  Department 


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Special 


SMS  LEADERSHIP  CONFERENCE  1981—  PAGE  1 

Issues  that  may  shape  your  future 

The  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin  took  a look  at  its  future  and  the  future  of  medical  practice  at  the 
Brookfield  Marriott  November  6 and  7 at  a Leadership  Conference  for  state,  county,  and  specialty  society 
representatives  and  medical  auxilians.  The  purpose  of  the  meeting  was  to  have  medical  leaders  address  issues 
that  the  SMS  Board  of  Directors  perceived  to  be  the  primary  concerns  for  the  next  two  to  three  years.  Physician 
leaders  from  throughout  the  state  were  brought  together  to  exchange  ideas,  concerns,  and  thoughts  on  how 
organized  medicine  might  deal  with  these  issues  and  what  priorities  it  might  attach  to  them.  What  follows  is  a 
summary  of  each  of  the  panels  presented  during  the  course  of  the  meeting. 


— What  it  can  do  for  you 


I.  SMS  Services , Inc. 

SMS  Services,  Inc  was  formed  by  the  SMS 
House  of  Delegates  in  1978  to  expand  the  number 
and  quality  of  "tangible"  benefits  available  to  SMS 
members,  according  to  William  P Crowley,  MD, 
Madison,  President  of  SMS  Services,  Inc.  De- 
signed under  the  philosophy  that  "those  persons 
who  take  advantage  of  the  services  should  pay  the 
freight,”  SMS  Services,  Inc  today  offers  a wide 
range  of  group  insurance  plans,  discount  and 
rental  programs,  as  well  as  functioning  as  a li- 
censed insurance  agency  for  its  members.  "The 
Board  of  Directors  of  SMS  Services  was  especially 
pleased  this  past  year  to  see  the  corporation  oper- 
ating 'in  the  black'— something  that  was  not  anti- 
cipated to  occur  for  several  years  yet,"  he  noted. 
"If  this  good  experience  continues,  SMS  can  look 
forward  to  receiving  cash  dividends  on  the  stock  it 
owns  in  SMS  Services,  Inc." 

Outlining  the  non-insurance  programs  of  SMS 
Services,  Inc  was  its  Executive  Vice  President  Lee 
Johnson.  Johnson  stated  that  SMS  Services  en- 
dorses several  programs  such  as  a debt  collection 
service  operated  by  IC  Systems,  a furniture  dis- 
count program  (one  doctor  saved  $5,000  on  a single 
purchase),  a book  discount  program  (it  sells  $4,000 
worth  of  books  each  month),  and  auto  leasing  and 
rental  programs.  In  regard  to  the  debt  collection 
service,  he  said  that  the  company  is  careful  to 
preserve  the  doctor-patient  relationship  in  this 
uncomfortable  area  of  debt  collection  and  that 
in  the  past  year,  SMS  members  have  saved  more 
than  $77,000  on  a total  of  $1,600,000  in  "uncol- 
lectable" debts  as  a result  of  this  service. 

Johnson  also  explained  that  SMS  Services  has 
sponsored  financial  planning  seminars  for  phy- 
sicians, operates  a print  shop  for  SMS  and  MD  use, 
and  is  the  broker  for  the  uniform  claim  form. 


Using  the  uniform  claim  form,  which  is  available 
through  SMS  Services  at  its  special  rates,  doctors' 
offices  can  reduce  their  administrative  costs,  he 
said. 

Much  activity  in  recent  years  has  taken  place 
in  the  insurance  activity  of  SMS  Services.  Don 
Peterson,  Service  Programs  Manager,  noted  just 
how  important  insurance  is  to  the  physician's 
office  by  pointing  out  that  three  to  five  percent  of 
the  gross  bookings  of  an  MD  practice  is  spent  on 
business  and  personal  insurance.  Group  plans, 
such  as  those  offered  through  SMS  Services,  Inc, 
have  the  advantage,  he  said,  in  offering  better 
benefits  at  lower  rates. 

SMS  Services,  Inc  has  updated  its  health  pro- 
tection and  group  term  insurance  plans  and  is  in 
the  process  of  updating  disability  and  overhead  ex- 
pense plans  to  make  sure  they  represent  the  best 
insurance  buys  for  the  membership. 

"The  5,700  physicians  in  Wisconsin  have  their 
insurances  scattered  with  insurance  agents  all 
over  the  state,  very  often  spreading  policies  among 
several  agents,"  Peterson  said.  To  rectify  the  dis- 
advantages of  this  approach,  SMS  Services  has 
become  a licensed  insurance  agency  and  has  a goal 
to  consolidate  all  the  insurance  business  for  MD 
members  under  one  agency. 

"Consolidation  will  bring  with  it  several  ad- 
vantages," Peterson  said,  "namely  lower  costs 
through  mass  purchasing  power,  more  power  with 
insurance  companies  in  negotiating  policies,  and 
more  control  over  the  insurance  programs  them- 
selves." 

This  will  all  take  an  effective  marketing  and  dis- 
tribution program,  Peterson  said.  A marketing 
staff  under  the  direct  supervision  of  SMS  Ser- 
vices, Inc  has  been  developed  for  this  purpose. 


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II.  Why  doctors  must  do  business  with  business  and  labor 


"Organized  medicine  has  not  yet  fully  accepted 
the  idea  that  we  have  a cost  problem  in  health 
care,"  Russell  Lewis,  MD,  Marshfield  and  im- 
mediate past  president  of  SMS  told  the  physician 
group.  "While  the  quality  and  accessibility  of  care 
has  increased  in  recent  years,  we've  not  done  a 
good  job  on  the  cost  of  health  care  which  now 
represents  9 to  10%  of  the  GNP." 

"Business  now  is  interested  in  the  health  care 
cost  dilemma  as  it  finds  itself  paying  out  20  to 
30%  more  in  worker  compensation,  disability  and 
health  insurance  premiums  for  employees  each 
year,"  Doctor  Lewis  explained.  Coalitions  have 
sprung  up  between  business  and  physician  leader- 
ship in  39  communities  in  the  United  States  to  deal 
with  the  problem,  he  noted. 

The  State  Medical  Society  has  begun  a series  of 
meetings  with  business  leaders  around  the  state 
this  past  year  to  discuss  the  rising  cost  of  health 
care  and  what  could  be  done  about  it.  As  an  ex- 
ample, last  March  SMS  leaders  met  with  the 
Kohler  Company,  one  manufacturer  that  is  de- 
voting substantial  attention  to  the  problem.  Ken- 
neth Conger,  Vice  President  of  Administration 
at  the  Kohler  Company,  was  present  November  6 
to  discuss  his  company's  perspective  on  the  prob- 
lem. 

Conger  said  his  company  has  witnessed  nearly  a 
50%  increase  in  health  insurance  premiums  (not 
including  dental,  worker  compensation  or  dis- 
ability costs)  for  its  employees  over  the  last  two 
years.  This  dramatic  increase  has  forced  Kohler, 
like  other  major  employers,  to  begin  to  look  care- 
fully at  health  care  costs  and  try  to  contain  them, 
he  said. 

"The  major  factor  in  costs  is  hospitals,"  Conger 
said,  "there  are  too  many,  with  excess  capacity 
and  'we'— business— pay  the  bill."  He  said  hos- 


pitals should  begin  to  operate  like  corporations; 
ie,  keep  their  costs  to  a minimum. 

In  regard  to  physicians,  Conger  said  that  busi- 
ness doesn't  have  a major  concern  with  what  phy- 
sicians charge  for  their  services,  but  it  does  ask 
that  physicians  help  control  utilization  of  hospital 
services. 

Conger  believes  part  of  the  solution  might  be 
found  in  co-payments.  "If  the  patient  pays  20%  of 
the  bill,  he  or  she  will  more  likely  shop  around  for 
the  least  expensive  hospital  and  the  physician  who 
is  most  efficient  in  his/her  practice,"  he  said.  He 
admitted  that  business  must  accept  a large  part  of 
the  blame  for  health  care  costs,  as  they  negotiated 
full  insurance  benefits  throughout  the  1960s  with- 
out realizing  the  potential  for  dramatic  cost  in- 
creases. He  further  admitted  that  it  will  be  ex- 
tremely hard  for  business  to  reduce  those  benefits 
or  institute  co-payment  provisions  in  union  con- 
tracts without  forcing  a strike.  "But  if  it  takes  a 
strike  to  control  costs,  business  may  have  to 
weather  a strike,"  he  said. 

"If  we  don't  stop  building  hospitals  and  stop 
duplicating  services,  business  will  be  forced  to 
begin  looking  at  the  Health  Maintenance  Or- 
ganization concept  and  other  forced  competition 
tools,"  Conger  said. 

Looking  ahead,  both  Doctor  Lewis  and  Mr 
Conger  underscored  the  necessity  of  (1)  business- 
labor-physician  coalitions  being  formed  on  the 
local  level  to  deal  with  the  cost  problem.  "We 
have  to  start  working  with  industry  and  labor,” 
Doctor  Lewis  said,  "or  we  will  find  ourselves 
working  alone  or  for  the  government;"  (2)  getting 
the  employee  back  into  the  act;  (3)  working  with 
hospitals  to  control  utilization  and  coordinate  ser- 
vices to  reduce  duplication,  and  (4)  starting  com- 
munications with  patients  early  in  their  treatment 
for  worker  compensation  and  disability  cases. 


III.  Health  planning  if  the  Feds  pull  out 


"Significant  changes  in  funding  and  government 
support  are  on  the  horizon  for  health  planning," 
Guenther  Pohlmann,  MD,  Milwaukee,  forecasted 
during  a leadership  panel  dealing  with  the  future 
of  health  planning  November  6. 

The  chairman  of  the  SMS  Commission  on 
Health  Planning  said  that  "more  than  ever,  the 
government  is  questioning  the  effectiveness  of 
health  planning  and  what,  if  any,  mechanisms 
should  replace  it.” 

Doctor  Pohlmann  summarized  a brief  history 

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of  health  planning  by  noting  that  the  government's 
objectives  in  planning  have  always  been  narrow 
and  nearsighted.  Originally,  planning  had  been 
designed  to  increase  the  availability  of  health 
services.  "It  was  only  later  in  the  1970s  that  plan- 
ning became  overshadowed  with  regulatory  ob- 
jectives, the  result  being  laws  like  Federal  Law 
93-641." 

"Medicine  today  is  still  a cottage  industry,  con- 
sisting of  mainly  small,  independent  units," 
Doctor  Pohlmann  said.  He  urged  that  physicians 

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start  coordinating  these  units,  and  that  perhaps 
the  "coalition"  approach  to  health  care  costs 
discussed  earlier,  might  also  be  applied  to  health 
planning  as  an  alternative  to  regulation. 

SMS  health  planning  coordinator  Neal  Neu- 
berger  gave  attendees  a rundown  of  the  latest  de- 
velopments in  health  planning— including  exist- 
ing laws  and  the  prospect  for  financial  support. 

"Health  planning  is  currently  slated  for  phase- 
out by  the  Reagan  administration  in  1982-83," 
Neuberger  told  the  group.  "In  addition,  there  is  a 
bill  pending  in  Congress  (HR  4554)  which  would 
repeal  the  Federal  Health  Planning  Laws  (PL 
93-641  and  PL  96-79)  which  together  constitute 
the  federal  statutory  authority  for  health  planning. 
The  SMS  Health  Planning  Commission  supports 
this  bill  and  has  recommended  to  Wisconsin's 
Congressional  delegation  that  federal  funds  be 
made  available  in  block  grants  to  states  for  locally- 
based  voluntary  health  planning." 

Neuberger  said  that  while  HSAs  have  been 
successful  in  recognizing  local  needs,  much  of 
the  problem  lies  in  centralization  of  health  plan- 
ning with  the  state.  The  Governor's  Health  Policy 
Council  has  recommended  to  the  Legislature  and 
the  Governor  that  state  and  local  funds  be  used  to 
maintain  a voluntary  health  planning  system  in 
Wisconsin. 

"In  the  next  few  months  the  acronym  you  will 
all  be  hearing  about  is  referred  to  as  1536,"  Neu- 
berger said.  "This  recently  enacted  provision  of 
the  Health  Planning  Amendments  allows  states  to 
petition  the  federal  government  to  eliminate 
Health  Systems  Agencies."  Several  states,  includ- 
ing Ohio,  have  given  serious  consideration  to  or 
have  already  eliminated  their  planning  programs. 

"Meanwhile,  the  Reagan  administration's  fed- 
deral  block  grant  program  has  shifted  the  major 
focus  of  the  administration  for  25  former  "cate- 
gorical" programs  from  the  feds  to  the  states," 
Neuberger  said.  (Proposed  are  four  health  and 
three  social  service  block  grants  which  would 
allow  states  to  spend  the  money  within  each  block 
without  as  many  restrictions.)  "Congressional 
debate  continues  over  the  actual  appropriation 
levels  for  the  blocks,  and  on  the  state  level  it  ap- 
pears that  it  will  be  primarily  up  to  the  Governor 
and  Secretary  Percy  to  decide  how  the  health  and 
social  service  block  grants  will  be  spent,"  he  said. 

"PSROs  are  experiencing  severe  budget  cut- 
backs under  Reagan  with  Congress  authorizing 
$99  million  for  PSROs  for  1982,  but  the  adminis- 
tration is  proposing  between  $60-70  million,"  he 
said.  The  next  round  of  PSRO  phase  outs  will 
occur  after  a new  "evaluation"  takes  place,  Neu- 
berger said.  "And  if  current  rankings  are  used, 
FMCE  in  southeastern  Wisconsin  will  probably 
be  terminated." 

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The  Reagan  administration  has  taken  a "go- 
slow"  approach  in  developing  its  own  "pro- 
competition"  bill,  according  to  Neuberger.  The 
administration  has  a special  task  force  studying 
the  issue  and  that  task  force  report  is  not  expected 
until  well  after  several  other  proposals  have  re- 
ceived considerable  congressional  attention. 

"On  the  Wisconsin  scene,  we  have  had  some 
success  in  changing  the  Certificate-of-Need  law," 
Neuberger  said.  He  cited  the  repeal  of  the  state 
decertification  authority  and  the  SMS  negotiated 
settlement  on  the  hospital  construction  mora- 
torium—which  raised  the  maximum  threshold 
from  $250,000  to  $1  million  for  hospital  con- 
struction. 

"Indeed,  the  very  architects  of  the  Wisconsin 
regulatory  approach  to  health  planning  such  as 
Senator  Paul  Offner  and  Professor  Ralph  An- 
dreano  now  have  admitted  that  regulatory  mech- 
anism has  failed,"  Neuberger  stated. 

George  Handy,  MD,  Madison,  medical  director 
for  Cuna  Mutual  Insurance  Group,  presented  his 
proposal  for  developing  a more  appropriate  Health 
Planning  System  in  Wisconsin. 

The  former  state  health  officer  told  physicians 
that  they  should  support  a strong  public  health 
system  which  integrates  with  the  health  planning 
effort  in  order  to  reduce  health  care  costs.  "The 
health  of  the  public  in  the  last  ten  years  hasn't 
really  improved  except  through  areas  of  public 
health,"  Doctor  Handy  said.  "Costs,  on  the  other 
hand,  have  increased  substantially." 

Key  elements  of  Doctor  Handy's  proposal  for 
health  planning  include: 

• Health  planning  councils  should  be  advisory 
to  government  and  the  Legislature  regarding  ex- 
penditures of  health  resources. 

• A regional  health  planning  system  should 
be  created  for  distribution  of  resources  going  into 
the  counties. 

• The  Health  Policy  Council  should  be  advisory 
to  the  Secretary  of  the  Dept  of  Health  and  Social 
Services,  the  Governor  and  the  Legislature. 

• Locally,  Health  Systems  Agencies  should 
assist  governmental  bodies  which  provide  service. 

• Counties  should  give  consideration  to  the  con- 
solidation of  their  health  functions  with  a more 
direct  tie-in  to  the  local  planning  agencies. 


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IV.  Is  another  malpractice  crisis  coming  to  Wisconsin? 


The  ever-changing  malpractice  scene  was  dis- 
cussed by  a panel  moderated  by  Russell  A Quirk, 
MD,  Racine,  Chairman  of  the  SMS  Medical  Lia- 
bility Committee.  Doctor  Quirk  pointed  out  that 
the  Wisconsin  Health  Care  Liability  Insurance 
Plan  has  done  a lot  to  help  stabilize  the  profes- 
sional liability  situation  in  Wisconsin. 

Created  as  a result  of  the  crisis  in  the  mid  1970s 
WHCLIP  has  60%  of  the  Wisconsin  physician 
population  insured  under  it.  Additionally,  rates 
have  been  stable  or  decreased  each  year  and  a 
$30  million  reserve  has  been  accumulated.  On  the 
other  hand,  Doctor  Quirk  noted  that  the  "um- 
brella fund"  has  seen  "progressive  premium  in- 
creases over  the  years  due  to  the  severity  of  the 
claims."  He  stressed  that  the  Patients  Compen- 
sation Panel  System  is  truly  a "unique  form  of 
justice"  where  the  defendant's  case  is  heard  by 
two  physicians,  two  consumers,  and  one  attorney, 
all  of  whom  can  ask  questions  directly  and  im- 
mediately of  every  witness.  "While  it  is  the  duty 
of  every  physician  to  serve  on  the  panels,"  he 
said,  "physicians  have  unfortunately  been  reticent 
to  serve  on  them." 

The  issue  of  tax  status,  new  legislation,  panel 
service,  and  loss  prevention  were  covered  by  SMS 
Physicians  Alliance  staff  member  Rick  Reas  who 
serves  as  primary  staff  to  the  SMS  Medical  Lia- 
bility Committee. 

On  the  tax  status  question,  Reas  said  the  In- 
ternal Revenue  Service  maintains  that  WHCLIP' s 
estimated  $34  million  reserve  is  surplus  or 
"profit."  (This  figure  does  not  include  those 
monies  set  aside  for  payment  of  known  or  sus- 
pected claims.)  "Potential  tax  liability  is  estimated 
by  the  IRS  to  be  as  much  as  $30  million." 

To  deal  with  the  problem  of  MD  refusal  to  serve 
on  malpractice  panels,  a bill  (AB  537)  has  been 
introduced  in  the  state  Legislature  which  would 
empower  the  panel  director  to  refer  physicians, 
who  refuse  to  serve  on  a panel  without  good 
cause,  to  the  Medical  Examining  Board.  "Cur- 
rently, there  is  no  penalty  for  refusal  to  serve  on 
a panel,  even  though  the  law  requires  MDs  to 
serve,"  Reas  said.  "And  that's  one  reason  why 
so  many  physicians  won't  serve."  The  bill  would 
also:  (1)  create  more  formal  panels  throughout  the 
state  to  handle  the  caseload  of  about  250  claims 
per  year,  and  (2)  increase  from  $75  to  $125  the 
compensation  paid  to  panel  members. 

Finally,  Reas  noted  that  the  State  Medical  So- 
ciety has  recently  established  a subcommittee  of 
the  Medical  Liability  Committee  to  study  loss  pre- 
vention activities.  The  subcommittee  plans  on 


taking  its  findings  to  the  Board  of  Governors  of 
WHCLIP. 

William  Treacy,  MD,  Milwaukee,  elaborated  on 
AB  537  pointing  out  that  the  bill  establishes  a 
"striking"  system  which  allows  parties  in  a panel 
action  to  request  replacement  of  prospective  panel 
members.  He  also  discussed  an  arrangement 
made  with  the  panel  director  which  limits  the  in- 
volvement of  physician  panel  members  to  a maxi- 
mum of  three  cases  which  actually  result  in  a 
hearing. 

Walter  Moritz,  MD,  Fort  Atkinson,  addressed 
the  question  of  whether  physicians  should  form 
their  own  malpractice  insurance  company.  "If  we 
do,"  he  said,  "we  have  to  be  prepared  to  deal  with 
the  physicians  who  aren't  practicing  1981  medi- 
cine.” Currently,  WHCLIP  accepts  "all-comers" 
into  the  plan. 

Doctor  Moritz  listed  several  factors  which 
prompted  SMS  to  undertake  a study  of  alterna- 
tives to  WHCLIP.  Among  them: 

—The  current  New  York  State  malpractice 
crisis  where  physicians  are  facing  70-150  percent 
premium  increases. 

—Frustration  with  the  Board  of  Governors. 

—The  1978  constitutional  challenge  to  the  panel 
system.  What  if  this  were  overturned? 

—The  mood  of  the  government.  Both  the  Gover- 
nor and  the  State  Insurance  Commissioner  have 
taken  the  position  that  government  should  not 
be  doing  anything  that  private  industry  can  do. 

—Independent  insurance  agents  are  unhappy 
about  SMS  involvement  with  WHCLIP. 

Referring  to  favorable  WHCLIP  rates,  successful 
challenges  to  excessive  increases  in  Fund  fee  as- 
sessments and  the  defeat  of  legislation  which 
would  have  rendered  the  panels  merely  advisory, 
Doctor  Moritz  said,  "If  we  have  been  successful 
in  dealing  with  malpractice  relative  to  the  other  49 
states,  it's  because  we  have  been  politically 
active."  He  urged  physicians  to  continue  their 
participation  in  WisPAC  and  legislative  efforts. 

As  a final  thought  he  warned  physicians  about 
getting  involved  in  personal  vendettas  against 
other  physicians.  "Remember,"  he  said,  "doctors 
get  doctors  sued,  patients  don't  get  doctors  sued." 


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V.  David  A.  Kindig,  MD 

The  new  Vice  Chancellor  for  Health  Sciences 
at  the  University  of  Wisconsin  outlined  what  he 
saw  as  priorities  for  health  care  in  the  next  decade. 

The  number  one  priority,  according  to  Doctor 
Kindig,  will  be  health  care  costs.  He  said  costs 
will  continue  to  go  up  despite  what  actions  are 
taken.  He  suggested  that  growth  of  health  care 
expenses  isn't  necessarily  bad.  "It  may  be  that 
individuals  are  willing  to  pay  a high  price  for 
health  care  as  they  do  in  several  European 
countries,"  he  said. 

"It  is  clear  that  government  will  get  control  of 
the  'uncontrollable'  expenditures,  that  govern- 
ment regulation  will  fade,  and  that  increased 
competition  in  health  care  will  develop.” 

Doctor  Kindig  further  proposed  that  the  true 
costs  of  health  care  are  not  due  to  new  tech- 
nology and  services,  such  as  CT  scans,  but  rather 
they  have  to  do  with  individual  professional  de- 
cision-making. "As  physicians,  we  must  put  more 
thought  into  our  everyday  decisions  concerning 
health  care  delivery  and  utilization,"  he  said. 

He  projected  that  provision  of  health  care  to  the 
elderly  will  dominate  public  debate  and  over- 
shadow general  costs  of  hospital  and  medical  care. 
"As  the  number  of  elderly  on  public  assistance 
increases,  we  as  professionals  will  have  to  deal 
with  how  to  care  for  them,"  he  said.  "Social 
changes  are  needed  to  accomplish  this  and  we  will 
have  to  integrate  health  services  into  community 
service  programs." 


Doctor  Kindig  also  forecasted  high  mortality 
and  morbidity  and  social  unrest  in  underserved 
areas  in  the  next  decade  as  assistance  is  cut  to 
those  areas. 

"While  maldistribution  of  physicians  will 
largely  be  resolved  in  the  next  decade  with  the 
increased  supply  of  physicians,  nursing  will  con- 
tinue to  dominate  the  health  manpower  policy 
debate  and  nurses  will  push  physicians  to  give 
them  'equal  billing'  on  the  health  care  team,"  he 
said. 

Ethical,  philosophical  considerations  in  medi- 
cine and  health  care  will  continue  to  grow.  "The 
rationing  of  health  care— withholding  of  treat- 
ment—these  are  decisions  that  doctors  are  not 
taught  in  school,  and  they  will  take  increasing 
amounts  of  our  attention,"  he  said. 

In  regard  to  the  university  and  its  relationship 
to  the  rest  of  the  world,  Doctor  Kindig  said  that 
a university  is  often  seen  as  an  isolated  community 
and  that  some  of  this  is  indeed  necessary  for  it 
to  carry  out  its  work.  His  first  priority  as  Vice 
Chancellor  for  Health  Sciences  will  be  to  keep  the 
university  medical  school  viable  to  enable  stu- 
dents to  receive  a quality  education  and  become 
sound  practitioners.  "But  an  important  second 
priority,"  he  said,  "will  be  to  make  the  university 
more  available  to  the  public.” 


VI.  The  role  of  organized  medicine  in  public  and  private  proposals 
to  change  reimbursement  of  physicians 


Albert  J Motzel  Jr,  MD,  Waukesha,  President 
of  the  State  Medical  Society,  led  a lengthy  and 
vigorous  discussion  of  this  subject.  He  urged 
physicians  to  read  his  series  of  articles  on  ques- 
tions relating  to  reimbursement  in  the  August 
through  November  issues  of  the  Wisconsin  Medical 
Journal.  Each  editorial  deals  with  a separate  phase 
of  the  complicated  and  controversial  reimburse- 
ment problem. 

Doctor  Motzel  urged  that  consideration  be 
given  to  an  indemnity  fee  approach  to  payment 
for  physicians  services.  Pointing  to  what  he  be- 
lieves is  the  ultimate  inability  of  the  "usual, 
customary,  and  reasonable"  approach  to  perform 
acceptably,  Doctor  Motzel  urged  that  some  in- 
demnity fee  proposals  should  be  tried  on  a limited 
representative  scale.  He  had  a four  point  sug- 
gestion: 

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1.  Insurance  carriers  could  delineate  and  cate- 
gorize fees  for  all  procedures  for  any  given 
year.  Each  carrier  could  then  determine 
what  it  considered  the  average,  mean,  or  ap- 
propriate percentile  of  the  usual  charges  and 
publish  one  of  these  measures  of  fees  as  their 
reimbursement  methodology. 

2.  Unions  and  management  could  negotiate  to 
purchase  100%,  110%,  or  lesser  percentages 
of  the  average  or  mean  fee  published  by  a 
carrier.  Patients  (policyholders)  would  be 
fully  informed  of  the  amount  of  the  fee  being 
paid  by  the  carrier. 

3.  Physicians  could  continue  to  charge  whatever 
they  wished. 

4.  The  patient  would  pay  the  difference  be- 
tween the  doctors  charge  and  the  fee  reim- 
bursement negotiated  by  the  group.  This 

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would  assist  economic  competition,  help  the 
public  to  know  what  resources  they  would 
need  in  order  to  purchase  a particular  plan, 
and  could  if  they  wished  shop  around  to  their 
own  advantage.  The  patient  would  be  re- 
sponsible to  the  physician,  could  evaluate 
the  worth  of  services,  would  share  in  the 
responsibility  for  use  and  cost,  and  the  effect 
would  be  to  create  a greater  bond  of  under- 
standing between  doctor  and  patient. 

Doctor  Motzel  suggested  that  inequities  in  fees 
under  current  reimbursement  mechanisms  were 
causing  a considerable  degree  of  difficulty.  These 
are  related  to  variations  by  training;  variations  by 
geography;  initially  high  fees  for  experimental  pro- 
cedures which  should  in  time  go  down  but  usually 
continue  to  rise;  new  practitioners  receiving  more 
than  long  term  practitioners,  especially  from 
government  programs;  and  inequity  between 
specialties  as  to  cognitive  versus  manipulative 
procedures.  He  urged  that  the  Society  attempt  to 
find  remedies  for  these  issues  which  often  create 
difficulties  for  physicians  and  certainly  cause  the 
public  to  be  skeptical  of  the  rationality  and  reason- 
ableness of  physicians  charges. 

Alwin  Schultz,  MD,  Madison,  President  of  the 
Dane  County  Medical  Society,  made  the  case  for 
continuing  reimbursement  of  physicians  on  the 
"usual,  customary,  and  reasonable"  basis. 

He  reported  that  the  Dane  County  Medical  So- 
ciety, following  extensive  discussion,  adopted  a 
position  in  "opposition  to  implementation  of  a 
statewide  uniform  fee  schedule  and  encouraging 
the  retention  of  the  usual,  customary,  and  reason- 
able concept." 

Support  for  the  UCR  approach  was  explained 
as  follows: 

1.  A statewide  uniform  fee  schedule  fails  to  ad- 
dress the  problem  of  physician  specialists 
who  have  devoted  many  additional  years  of 
study  to  the  development  of  their  skills  and 
expertise.  In  addition,  it  fails  to  take  into  ac- 
count the  higher  liability  insurance  costs  of 
specialists  and  particularly  those  specialties  in 
which  the  cost  of  insurance  may  be  10  to  15 
times  higher  than  others. 

2.  Uniform  fees  do  not  consider  differences  in 
overhead  between  rural  and  urban  areas.  He 
gave  as  examples  higher  nurses  salaries,  office 
rents,  hospital  costs  including  such  things  as 
parking  fees,  and  real  estate  taxes.  He  cited 
an  example  in  which  comparable  homes  in 
Thorp  and  Madison  had  differentials  of 
$l,500/$4,000  for  real  estate  taxes. 

3.  Medicaid  pays  from  45  to  65%  of  usual  fees. 
Some  areas  of  the  state  have  a significantly 
higher  percentage  of  indigent  persons.  Thus 


a larger  financial  burden  is  placed  on  the  MDs 
practicing  in  those  areas  such  as  the  inner 
cities  or  poorer  counties.  Uniform  fees  would 
place  these  physicians  at  a disadvantage. 

4.  There  is  fear  that  the  uniform  fee  schedule 
would  decrease  the  number  of  physicians 
who  participate  in  the  T-19  programs,  thus 
possibly  precipitating  a crisis  of  access  and 
service. 

5.  There  is  the  prospect  that  if  the  state  imple- 
ments a uniform  fee  schedule  for  Medicaid, 
then  insurance  companies  would  follow 
suit  in  a short  time. 

In  conclusion,  Doctor  Schultz  suggested  that  the 
state  give  consideration  to  the  purchase  of  HMP- 
type  policies  for  T-19  patients  and  that  MDs  ought 
to  agree  to  accept  fees  50%  less  than  their  usual 
and  customary  for  T-19  patients.  This  would  re- 
duce administrative  costs  for  both  physicians  and 
the  state  in  as  much  as  the  physicians  would  be 
dealing  directly  with  an  insurance  company  (thus 
reducing  the  paper  work).  In  addition  Doctor 
Schultz  suggested  that  some  arrangement  be  made 
to  allow  the  physician  who  accepts  a 50%  cut 
for  T-19  patients  to  consider  some  part  or  all  of 
that  50%  loss  to  be  a charitable  contribution  and 
thus  eligible  for  a certain  type  of  deduction  for 
income  tax  purposes.  He  urged  that  the  State 
Medical  Society  explore  these  possibilities. 

Vernon  Griffin,  MD,  Mauston,  made  the  case 
for  development  of  a uniform  fee  schedule  as  the 
principal  means  of  reimbursing  physicians  under 
T-19  in  Wisconsin.  He  said,  "We  of  the  rural  areas 
can  understand  usual  and  customary  because  we 
have  been  suffering  and  experiencing  usual  and 
customary  to  our  detriment  for  all  the  years  we 
have  had  Medicaid  and  Medicare." 

"How  can  this  be  reasonable  when  we  country 
folks  are  paying  the  same  taxes  to  support  Medi- 
care and  Medicaid  as  the  taxes  paid  by  our  city 
friends,  but  we  don't  get  back  as  much  for  equal 
work  from  these  tax-supported  programs  as  our 
city  doctors.” 

Doctor  Griffin  declared  that  there  "is  little  or 
no  difference  in  the  cost  of  medical  practice  and 
living  in  the  rural  and  city  areas,  thus  there  should 
be  no  discrimination  in  fees.  Actually  rural  doctors 
have  to  pay  more  real  estate  taxes,  more  for  food, 
other  necessities,  utilities,  and  transportation  costs 
and  rural  doctors  do  not  have  discount  establish- 
ments, readily  available  supplies,  and  they  need 
to  travel  a long  way  to  get  most  of  these  things." 

He  said  that  "historically  our  own  State  Medical 
Society  has  gone  on  record  more  than  once  in 
favor  of  equal  reimbursement  for  equal  service 
regardless  of  the  site  of  service  in  Wisconsin. 
We  wish  to  take  the  geography  out  of  reimburse- 
ment." 


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"The  UCR  profile  as  used  in  Medicaid  is  a 
deadly  thing,"  Doctor  Griffin  said.  "The  new 
doctor  who  is  not  in  the  grip  of  the  profile  is  paid 
more  than  the  doctor  of  years  in  practice." 

"I  sent  for  my  profile  and  it  is  174  pages  long, 
each  about  a foot  high  and  if  you  stretch  it  out 
it  would  reach  more  than  170  feet.  Each  page  has 
seven  columns  on  it.  Truly  a monster.  No  wonder 
that  the  secretary  of  DHSS  speaks  of  an  extremely 
complex  claims  processing  and  pricing  system  for 
Medicaid  which  must  recognize  2,500,000  sepa- 
rate prices  for  physicians'  services." 

"How  do  we  accomplish  a uniform  fee  sched- 
ule," he  asked  and  then  provided  the  following 
response: 

"1.  Let  us  do  it  carefully.  Do  not  push  the  fee 
down  to  the  lowest  fee  in  Wisconsin.  That 
would  kill  the  Medicaid  program  by  massive 
withdrawal.  That  has  happened  in  other 
states.  We  should  plan  on  having  each  fee 
at  about  the  70th  to  75th  percentile  of  cur- 
rent usual  fees. 

"2.  Remove  all  geography  so  that  the  entire 
state  of  Wisconsin  is  on  an  equal  basis  of 
remuneration  for  the  same  service.  Abolish 
the  13  geographic  districts.  This  would  re- 
duce the  number  of  different  prices  that 
would  have  to  be  paid  under  Medicaid  to 
about  6,000  rather  than  2,500,000. 

"3.  The  important  thing  is  for  our  State  Medical 
Society  to  survive  and  for  Medicaid  to  have 
physicians  participating.  Continuing  fi- 
nancial discrimination  against  the  rural 
physician  in  Medicaid  reimbursement  risks 
the  massive  withdrawal  from  both  SMS  and 
from  MAP." 

Charles  Steidinger,  MD,  Platteville,  President 
of  the  Wisconsin  Academy  of  Family  Physicians, 
proposed  a tax  credit  concept  as  an  alternate  form 
of  reimbursement  to  physicians  of  Wisconsin  for 
services  under  Title  19.  He  suggests  that  none  of 
the  sincere  and  diligent  efforts  of  physicians  and 
DHSS  to  make  the  present  system  work  are  likely 
to  succeed.  Instead,  he  believes  that  an  alternative 
system  should  be  seriously  studied  which  would 
utilize  the  concept  of  tax  credits  to  establish  a pre- 
dictable budget  for  the  state  of  Wisconsin,  encour- 
age physicians  to  carry  out  their  moral  obligation 
to  provide  health  care  to  all  citizens  regardless 
of  payment  source,  and  assure  all  citizens  on  T-19 
that  they  will  be  able  to  obtain  necessary  care. 

Pointing  to  the  fact  that  current  reimbursement 
mechanisms  provide  a return  of  only  55  to  60% 
of  billed  fees  by  physicians,  he  suggests  that  some 
dramatic  alternative  is  required.  He  feels  that  one 


"exciting"  prospect  is  a tax  concept  which  might 
work  in  principle  as  follows: 

1.  A budgeted  total  dollar  figure  for  physician 
reimbursement  for  fees  and  services  under 
Medicaid  would  be  determined. 

2.  Distribution  of  this  money  would  be  to  each 
participating  physician  on  the  basis  of: 

(a)  A fixed  predetermined  dollar  amount  per 
physician  at  no  remuneration. 

(b)  When  the  participating  physician  reached 
the  total  non-remunerated  volume,  he 
would  be  reimbursed  for  subsequent 
services  at  his  usual  and  customary 
charges. 

(c)  At  the  time  the  total  dollar  pool  is  expend- 
ed, physicians  would  have  to  revert  back 
to  no  remuneration  for  their  services  for 
the  designated  period  of  time. 

(d)  The  above  concepts  would  be  annualized 
but  calculated  on  a monthly  basis  to  pre- 
vent a cash  flow  hardship  for  physicians 
practicing  in  areas  with  a high  percentage 
of  medical  assistance  patients. 

(e)  All  fees  for  services  to  medical  assistance 
patients  would  be  billed  to  the  Medical 
Assistance  Program  whether  the  physician 
had  reached  his  maximum  nonremunera- 
tive  dollar  amount  or  not. 

3.  Annually,  at  the  end  of  each  year,  DHSS 
would  provide  participating  physicians  with 
certified  forms  that  would  indicate  the  charit- 
able, nonremunerative  volume  of  work  done 
per  physician  for  that  year  in  addition  to  the 
total  number  of  dollars  received  from  the 
Medical  Assistance  Program  for  that  year. 
The  Internal  Revenue  Service  and  the  Depart- 
ment of  Taxation  of  the  state  of  Wisconsin 
would  then  recognize  the  charitable,  non- 
remunerative volume  of  work  done  by  the 
physicians  as  charitable  tax-deductible  items. 

Doctor  Steidinger  believes  that  the  concept  is 
worthy  of  consideration  because  it  might  demon- 
strate to  the  taxpayers,  patients,  and  legislators 
that  physicians  are  interested  in  caring  for  all 
patients  regardless  of  their  method  of  remuner- 
ation and  that  physicians  are  willing  to  lead  the 
way  in  demonstrating  a technique  of  fiscal  re- 
sponsibility. 

The  Wisconsin  Academy  of  Family  Physicians 
has  requested  assistance  and  analysis  for  this 
project.  It  is  recognized  the  concept  would  require 
some  time,  effort  and  dollars  to  obtain  state  and 
federal  approval,  but  he  urged  that  the  State  Medi- 
cal Society  and  other  organizations  actively 
involve  themselves  in  determining  the  viability  of 
such  a proposal. 


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J D Kabler,  MD,  Madison,  Chairman  of  the  SMS 
Committee  on  Governmental  Affairs,  indicated 
that  there  are  major  political  aspects  of  any  fee 
reimbursement  efforts.  He  said  that  the  doctor's 
work  week  is  declining,  the  number  of  patients 
being  treated  by  each  physician  per  week  is  de- 
clining and  yet  doctors'  incomes  continue  to  go 
higher.  Thus,  he  said  the  public  believes  that 
doctors  set  their  income  goals  and  charge  accord- 
ingly, and  thus  cost  containment  will  never  work. 

Doctor  Kabler  suggested  that  some  doctors  are 
"professional  buccaneers,  charging  what  the  traf- 
fic will  bear,  usually  scandalously  high  fees,  of 
which  both  the  public  and  government  are 
aware."  He  said,  "reprisal  is  their  response." 

"No  one  can  measure  quality  versus  cost,"  ac- 
cording to  Doctor  Kabler.  "This  argument  has  lost 
its  power  to  persuade." 

The  other  end  of  the  spectrum,  according  to 
Doctor  Kabler,  is  the  "medical  mill"  with  those 
physicians  who  wish  to  operate  a mill  discarding 
"any  sense  of  quality  and  relying  entirely  on  large 
volume  at  low  cost.  Choice,  not  value,  will  be 
their  determinant." 

Russell  F Lewis,  MD,  Marshfield,  in  audience 
participation,  contended  that  SMS  has  not  been 
able  to  attack  the  cost  problem  because  while  "the 
government  charges  physicians  with  inability  to 
control  fees,  the  government  slaps  us  with  a law 
suit  if  we  try  it."  Other  physicians  questioned  how 
doctors  can  do  peer  review  of  cost  and  quality 
without  violating  antitrust  laws.  H B Maroney, 
SMS  Corporate  Legal  Counsel  and  Assistant 
Secretary,  responded  that  "SMS  can  go  after  in- 
dividual price  pirates  or  quality  pirates  without 
violating  any  laws." 

Doctor  Lewis  suggested  that  it  would  be  much 
more  satisfactory,  if  there  is  question  about  what 
medical  societies  can  do  to  control  costs,  to  "go 


directly  to  the  state  Legislature  and  ask  for  permis- 
sion to  discuss  fee  control  and  cost  containment 
and  to  develop  appropriate  mechanisms  to  imple- 
ment those  goals." 

Other  physicians  argued  that  "more  training  is 
not  always  more  competence."  It  was  reported 
that  family  practitioners  "often  have  to  assume 
the  liability  of  specialists  when  specialists  aren't 
available  to  provide  certain  services." 

Still  other  physicians  indicated  that  fees  should 
be  a reflection  of  "what's  being  done"  rather 
than  length  of  training.  It  was  also  suggested  that 
productivity  should  be  a major  factor  in  income. 
One  physician  said,  "We  can't  take  as  a given  con- 
cept that  five  years  of  extra  training  should  be 
authority  for  a physician  to  charge  higher  fees 
for  the  rest  of  his  practice  life.  The  public  won't 
accept  that." 

Others  countered  that  physicians  in  specialties 
tend  to  pay  considerably  more  for  liability  insur- 
ance, thus  need  higher  fees.  Others  argued  that 
"if  we  do  not  allow  a differential  in  fees,  then  a 
major  competitive  factor  is  removed." 

Doctor  Motzel  pointed  out  that  there  is  "sub- 
stantial danger  if  there  is  too  great  a differential  in 
fees  and  total  income.  This  is  diversive  and  con- 
vulsive among  doctors  especially  when  the  dif- 
ference in  incomes  is  often  six  to  ten  times  be- 
tween doctors  in  different  specialties." 

The  conclusion  of  this  segment  of  the  conference 
was  to  continue  to  explore  all  of  the  ideas  that 
were  presented,  to  negotiate  with  the  Department 
of  Health  and  Social  Services  as  is  currently  being 
done  through  a special  advisory  committee  to  the 
Department  (through  the  SMS  Physicians  Al- 
liance Division),  and  to  continue  to  inform  phy- 
sicians in  depth  at  all  levels  of  the  organization  on 
what  the  issues  are  and  how  they  are  being  ad- 
dressed. 


VII.  Political  effectiveness— How  can  we  keep  it 


"This  is  not  the  time  for  physician  apathy  in  the 
world  we  currently  find  ourselves,"  SMS  Presi- 
dent-elect Gerald  A Kempthorne,  MD  warned  the 
physician  leadership  in  attendance  November  7. 
"Because  of  the  current  conservative  image— we 
are  being  lulled  into  a sleep  of  a no  crisis  men- 
tality with  a 'no  action'  response,"  Doctor  Kemp- 
thorne said. 

He  maintained  that  there  is  indeed  a serious 
crisis  facing  medicine  today  when  one  considers 
the  issues  of  uniform  fees,  the  changing  role  of  the 
Medical  Examining  Board,  the  Medicaid  budget, 
the  cost  of  medical  care,  and  the  changing  role  of 
the  allied  health  professions. 

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"The  political  flavor  of  the  moment  is  a de- 
lusion," Doctor  Kempthorne  warned.  "With  the 
costs  of  health  care  climbing  astronomically,  I 
believe  the  conservative  security  blanket  we  now 
are  being  warmed  by  will  'chill'  into  a crisis  of 
change." 

This  new  crisis  will  demand  that  the  State 
Medical  Society  leadership  set  its  priorities  and 
concentrate  on  the  issues  affecting  our  profession 
and  our  patients,  Doctor  Kempthorne  maintained. 
"We  cannot  be  everything  to  everybody." 

"If  we  place  emphasis  on  the  greater  goals 
and  missions  of  the  Society,  we  will  find  our- 
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issues  such  as  chiropractic,  competition,  free 
market,  and  the  like,"  he  said.  "Certainly,  we 
don't  want  to  leave  our  benchmark  in  the  eyes 
of  the  public  simply  on  our  victories  over  the 
chiropractors." 

The  question  of  whether  there  is  a new  role  re- 
quired for  the  Physicians  Alliance  was  pursued 
by  SMS  Physicians  Alliance  Commission  Chair- 
man Kenneth  M Viste  Jr,  MD.  Doctor  Viste  said 
that  since  the  Alliance  was  created  in  1975,  the 
State  Medical  Society  has  been  very  successful 
in  its  political  action  activities. 

"At  its  base,  the  Physicians  Alliance  is  a Madi- 
son lobbying  effort,"  Doctor  Viste  said.  "But 
equally  important  are  the  field  or  'grassroots' 
activities  which  have  helped  to  make  physicians 
in  their  communities  politically  aware  through 
monthly  meetings  between  physicians  and  legis- 
lators at  the  local  level.” 

While  it  is  essential  that  we  maintain  this  system 
for  legislative  contact  and  political  action,  Doctor 
Viste  cited  several  elements  which  make  up  a 
"new  role"  for  the  Physicians  Alliance. 

"We  must  devote  more  attention  to  research 
analysis  on  issues  such  as  HMOs  and  IPAs,” 
he  said.  "Many  physicians  still  don't  understand 
the  intracacies  of  this  issue.  We  must  therefore 
inform  physicians  so  that  they  can  make  their  own 


decisions  when  an  HMO  or  IPA  enters  their  com- 
munity." 

The  Physicians  Alliance  Chairman  also  urged 
that  more  assistance  be  given  to  county  medical 
societies  on  local  political  issues,  greater  use  of 
media  and  public  relations  be  made  to  inform  the 
public  of  medicine's  views,  and  increased  aid  be 
provided  to  medical  staffs  in  their  relationships 
with  hospitals. 

"Issue  papers  and  tools  such  as  the  recent  legis- 
lative issue  guide  prepared  by  the  Alliance  are 
very  helpful  to  both  physicians  and  other  groups 
in  letting  them  know  where  we  stand  on  the 
issues,"  he  said. 

"Last  but  hardly  least,  the  issue  of  costs  must  be 
dealt  with  by  the  Alliance,"  Doctor  Viste  said. 
"We  must  make  a concerted  effort  to  control 
costs  in  the  near  future." 

These  new  tasks  may  require  added  staff  exper- 
tise, more  research,  more  education  on  the  art  of 
negotiations  as  well  as  more  visibility  for  the 
Physicians  Alliance  as  an  integral  part  of  the  State 
Medical  Society,  according  to  Doctor  Viste. 

"More  important,  however,  is  that  we  work  to 
procure  adequate  physician  input.  This  means 
working  to  keep  the  good  commission  members 
and  soliciting  new  advice  and  input  from  others." 


VIII.  Kenneth  Rentmeester , Administrator , Division  of  Health 


According  to  the  new  administrator  of  the  State 
Division  of  Health,  state  government  "can  no 
longer  afford  to  be  on  an  adversarial  track  with 
physicians."  Kenneth  Rentmeester  said  that  he 
viewed  physicians  as  having  "the  most  important 
role  in  health  care." 

"While  physicians  realize  only  10  to  15  percent 
of  the  health  care  costs,  they  control  80  percent 
of  what  is  being  done  in  health  care,"  Rentmeester 
maintained.  "Because  of  this  fact,  physicians  rep- 
resent the  'key  element'  in  controlling  health  care 
costs." 

"The  role  of  the  government,  too,  must  change," 
Rentmeester  said,  "from  regulator  to  innovator 
and  from  controller  to  facilitator." 

The  Division  of  Health  chief  said  that  it  was 
urgent  that  changes  be  made  now  in  the  Medical 
Assistance  Program.  "Since  1967  we  have  wit- 
nessed a 570  percent  increase  in  Medicaid  ex- 
penditures," he  said.  "If  we  don't  stop  this 


growth  and  make  some  changes  now,  Medical 
Assistance  will  devour  our  other  health  service 
programs  and  institutions  relying  on  public  sup- 
port such  as  the  university." 

Rentmeester  believes  that  the  pragmatic  al- 
ternative is  to  "redesign  the  system  to  provide 
both  consumer  and  provider  incentives  to  keep 
costs  down.” 

He  said,  "consumers  must  be  rewarded  for  ap- 
propriate, rather  than  maximum  use  of  health 
services;  nursing  homes  and  hospitals  need  to  be 
reimbursed  according  to  efficiency,  that  is,  on 
their  cost  per  day  and  the  type  of  service  rendered 
to  a given  segment  of  the  population,  rather  than 
being  reimbursed  for  adding  staff  and  services." 


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IX.  Organizing  for  effective  action 


How  well  are  we  organized  at  the  county  medi- 
cal society  level?  What  could  SMS  be  doing  to 
better  aid  county  societies?  Do  communications 
between  SMS,  the  AMA,  county  societies,  and 
specialty  groups  need  strengthening? 

In  an  effort  to  answer  these  and  other  questions, 
Board  of  Directors  Vice  Chairman  Timothy  T 
Flaherty,  MD,  Neenah,  conducted  a survey  of 
Wisconsin's  county  medical  society  secretaries  in 
October  1981.  Of  the  55  county  societies,  30 
responded. 

"Most  county  medical  societies  meet  regularly 
during  the  winter  and  seldom  during  the  summer, 
although  their  executive  committees  tend  to  meet 
throughout  the  year,"  Doctor  Flaherty  said.  Meet- 
ings are  fairly  evenly  split  between  scientific 
(50%),  socioeconomic  and  local  business-proce- 
dural matters  (33%),  with  social  functions  com- 
prising 20%  of  the  meetings. 

"We  must  strive  for  uniformity  of  the  county 
society  election  process,"  Doctor  Flaherty  said 
as  the  survey  showed  officers  being  elected  at 
virtually  all  times  of  the  year,  but  that  officers 
usually  took  office  at  the  first  of  the  year. 

"Nine  of  the  30  responding  county  societies  said 
that  they  did  not  have  an  auxiliary  and  three  of 
those  nine  said  that  they  would  not  support  the 
formation  of  one,"  he  said. 

Meeting  attendance  is  a problem  in  some 
counties  as  1 1 of  30  responding  counties  said  they 
get  25%  or  less  members  attending  regular  county 
society  meetings.  Thirteen  societies  report  75% 
or  more  members  attending  meetings.  One-half  of 
the  societies  include  meal  costs  in  their  dues. 

"While  most  county  societies  have  a president- 
elect," Doctor  Flaherty  said,  "there  continues  to 
be  reluctance  among  county  medical  societies 
to  appointment  of  public  relations  chairpersons 
and  program  chairpersons.  These  positions  are 
very  important  if  a society  is  going  to  be  an  active 
force  in  the  community." 

New  member  contact  is  not  actively  done  in 
many  counties,  as  the  vast  majority  of  county  so- 
cieties said  they  wait  until  they  receive  applica- 
tions from  the  new  member.  New  members  come 
in  on  invitation  to  CMS  meetings  by  a CMS  of- 
ficer, referral  from  a CMS  member,  SMS  field 
staff  member,  and  hospital  staff  member  in  de- 
scending order  of  frequency. 

"We  must  maintain  liaison  with  the  hospital 
medical  staff  in  our  local  communities,"  he  said. 
"The  best  way  to  achieve  this  is  by  appointing 
the  hospital  chief  of  staff  to  the  county  society 
executive  committee.”  According  to  the  survey, 
only  four  county  societies  have  a hospital  staff 

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representative  on  the  county  medical  society 
executive  committee  and  only  four  have  desig- 
nated a county  medical  society  representative  to 
a hospital  staff  committee  or  executive  committee. 

"SMS  publications  such  as  Medigram  and  the 
Wisconsin  Medical  Journal  continue  to  play  the 
major  role  in  informing  county  medical  societies 
about  SMS  activities,"  he  noted,  "although  county 
society  presidents,  SMS  field  staff,  and  SMS  di- 
rectors also  help  substantially  in  this  regard." 
County  medical  society  delegates  to  the  SMS 
House  of  Delegates,  as  well  as  the  lay  press,  could 
play  a larger  role  in  informing  counties  on  SMS 
activities,  according  to  the  survey. 

The  survey  asked  county  societies  how  the  State 
Medical  Society  could  better  serve  them.  The 
most  popular  response  was  that  SMS  should  pro- 
vide "packaged”  programming  for  county  society 
meetings.  "County  societies  want  SMS  speakers 
on  SMS  Services,  Inc;  on  socioeconomic  topics 
such  as  cost  containment,  health  planning,  pro- 
fessional liability  and  legislation;  and  on  scientific 
topics  such  as  impaired  physicians  and  accredited 
CME,"  Doctor  Flaherty  pointed  out. 

Numbers  two  and  three  on  the  list  were  "more 
visibility  of  SMS  field  staff  and  SMS  directors  at 
county  society  meetings." 

County  medical  societies  are  not  interacting 
with  many  non-medical  groups  in  their  com- 
munities. "More  than  half  the  respondents  said 
they  have  never  scheduled  meetings  with  busi- 
ness, labor,  or  civic  leaders,"  Doctor  Flaherty 
said. 

What  do  county  society  secretaries  feel  are  the 
most  important  issues  facing  medicine?  The  most 
critical  issues  were  viewed  as  (1)  the  cost  of  medi- 
cal care,  (2)  competition  from  non-MD  providers, 
(3)  surplus  of  MDs,  and  (4)  Medicaid  and  Medi- 
care. Least  important  to  the  secretaries  were  li- 
censing requirements,  CME  changes,  and  limita- 
tion of  charges  of  the  1 ‘ high  rollers. 

Conclusions  and  recommendations: 

1.  Stability  and  effectiveness  of  county  societies 
depends  on  how  they  elect  officers.  Each 
society  should  have  a president-elect  to  assure 
more  experience  in  the  top  officer.  Delegates 
to  the  House  should  serve  on  county  society 
executive  committees  since  they  have  ex- 
perience and  exposure.  All  societies  should 
elect  officers  (and  take  office)  in  the  same 
month. 

2.  Three  committee  persons  are  required  (mini- 
mum): program  chairman,  Physicians  Al- 
liance chairman,  and  public  relations  chair- 
man. 

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3.  Videotapes  should  be  updated;  new  ones 
offered. 

4.  SMS  and  counties  should  establish  and  pub- 
licize Speakers  Bureau  services  for  the  public. 

5.  SMS  should  expand  its  service  to  provide 
scientific  speakers  for  CMS  meetings. 

6.  All  county  societies  should  increase  liaison 
with  hospital  medical  staff. 

7.  Use  auxiliaries  more— they  are  a great  asset 
currently  underutilized  and  underdeveloped. 

8.  Increase  membership  by  3%  annually,  and 
keep  99%  of  existing  members. 


X.  SMS  takes  a look  at  itself 

"Most  of  us  are  so  busy  doing  the  urgent  things 
that  we  don't  have  time  for  the  important  things." 
This  administrative  principle  can  be  applied  to  the 
State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin,  according  to 
the  Chairman  of  its  Board  of  Directors,  Darold  A 
Treffert,  MD. 

Doctor  Treffert,  in  wrapping  up  the  1981  SMS 
Leadership  Conference,  asked  the  county,  state, 
and  specialty  society  leaders  present  to  take  the 
time  to  plan  the  priorities  for  organized  medicine 
in  the  coming  decade. 

Doctor  Treffert  noted  several  problem  areas 
that  he  would  place  on  his  priorities  list. 

"Complacency  of  members  (not  apathy)  is  one 
that  plagues  every  organization  and  SMS  is  no 
exception,"  Doctor  Treffert  said.  He  saw  this  as 
the  Society's  biggest  problem  and  one  which  he 
said  we  can't  afford  not  to  change.  "We  must  be 
big  enough  and  secure  enough  to  seek  out  and 
to  tolerate  differences  of  opinion.  Let's  look  at 
where  people  walk,  then  put  the  sidewalks  where 
they  ought  to  be." 

More  of  the  issues  the  county  medical  society 
used  to  deal  with  are  not  being  dealt  with  at  the 
State  Society  level,  Doctor  Treffert  noted.  "We 
must  make  every  attempt  at  the  state  level  to  ef- 
fectively communicate  current  developments  to 
county  medical  societies."  He  proposed  that  this 
might  be  accomplished,  in  part,  through  expanded 
use  of  videotape  and  other  "packaged"  programs 
for  CMS  meetings. 

Another  concern  of  Doctor  Treffert's  is  the  "po- 
litical preoccupation"  of  the  State  Medical  Society. 
"Perhaps  this  is  necessary,”  he  said,  "but  we  must 
not  lose  sight  of  other  important  endeavors  such  as 
public  education  and  public  health." 

Once  we  have  set  our  priorities,  we  must  eval- 
uate our  effectiveness  in  a more  systematic  way," 
Doctor  Treffert  asserted.  "To  some  degree,  we 
have  done  this  in  the  past  by  applying  'sunset' 
laws  to  Society  commissions  and  committees." 


Doctor  Treffert  further  maintained  that  the 
Society's  Board  of  Directors  should  "set  the 
compass"  for  the  organization  and  not,  as  he  says, 
"become  wrapped  up  in  the  managerial  portion  of 
it." 

According  to  Doctor  Treffert,  the  State  Medical 
Society  is,  on  the  whole,  spending  its  time  and 
money  on  the  right  endeavors,  and  is  organized 
adequately  to  serve  physician  interests. 

In  concluding  his  remarks  Doctor  Treffert  asked 
the  audience  of  104  persons  to  participate  in  an  in- 
formal opinion  poll  of  their  views  on  two  ques- 
tions: 

1)  What  should  be  the  top  priorities  for  SMS  in 
the  five  years  ahead,  and 

2)  What  should  SMS  be  doing  differently. 

The  written  responses  were  reviewed  by  Doctor 
Treffert  following  the  meeting.  The  results  are 
ranked  by  frequency  of  response  as  follows: 


What  are  the  top  priorities  for  SMS 
in  the  five  years  ahead? 

RESPONSES 

1.  Coping  with  the  increasing  intrusion  32 

of  government  into  medicine  by 
maintaining  effective  political  action: 

Preserving  a pluralistic  system  of  care. 

Preserve  the  professionalism  of  practice. 
Effectively  dealing  with  governmental 
agencies  and  legislators,  Governor,  etc. 
Effectively  dealing  with  health 
planners  and  third  party  pay  organizations. 

2.  Helping  to  solve  the  problem  of  rising  17 

health  care  costs: 

Educating  doctors  about  cost-containment. 
Interpreting  health  care  costs  and 
causes  to  the  public. 

Educating  consumers  on  cost-effective 
use  of  health  care. 

Eliminating  first  dollar  coverage. 

3.  Maintenance  of  membership  effort  13 

and  membership  communication: 

Informing  members  more  effectively. 

Increase  and  support 
auxiliary  membership. 

Increased  involvement  of  academia. 

Increased  involvement,  and  voice,  of 
younger  members. 

Decreased  distance  between  leadership 
and  grass  roots. 

Create  in  dues  issue  financial 
incentives  to  belong  to  SMS. 


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What  are  the  top  priorities  for  SMS 
in  the  five  years  ahead? 

RESPONSES 

4.  Curtailing  the  intrusion  into  the  7 

practice  of  medicine  by  non-physicians 
and  paraprofessionals. 

5.  Improving  public  relations/  6 

public  image: 

Establishing  SMS  as  the  voice  of 
medicine  statewide. 

Being  pro-active  rather  than  reactive. 
Presenting  the  physicians  as  patient- 
oriented  rather  than  income-oriented. 

Talking  about  strengths  rather 
than  weaknesses. 

6.  Increasing  emphasis  on  the  5 

Impaired  Physician: 

More  information  about  and  access 
to  impaired  physician  programs. 

Helping  doctors  and  families  deal 
with  pressures  of  practice. 

Dealing  swiftly  and  effectively  with 
the  "high  rollers." 


7.  Improving  Continuing  Medical  3 

Education  programming. 

8.  More  attention  to  and  direction  in  2 

ethical  issues. 

9.  More  social  concern.  1 

10.  An  improved  role  and  function  of  1 

House  of  Delegates. 

11.  More  leadership  in  health  planning.  1 

12.  Inform  members  about  HMO,  IPA.  1 

13.  Inform  members  about  role  of  1 

computers  in  practice. 

14.  Constant  surveillance  of  the  1 

malpractice  situation. 

15.  Support  the  rural  doctor  and  his  1 

small  hospital. 

16.  More  leadership  in  public  health  issues.  1 

17.  Provide  position  papers  on  key  issues. 1 


TOTAL  94 


What  should  SMS  be  doing  differently? 

RESPONSES 


1.  Reach  more  grass  roots  physicians  19 

to  inform  and  listen;  less  isolation 
from  the  Board. 

2.  Present  more  positive,  less  5 

self-serving  image. 

3.  Be  more  aggressive  in  membership  2 

benefits  such  as  SMS  services  and 
group  purchasing,  etc. 

4.  Be  less  adversarial  with  2 

departments,  bureaus,  etc. 

5.  Be  pro-active  rather  than  reactive.  2 

6.  Not  be  so  compromising  with  1 

departments,  bureaus,  etc. 

7.  Have  longer  Board  meetings  (2-day).  1 

8.  Involve  medical  students  more.  1 

9.  Provide  HMO,  IPA  information.  1 

10.  Increased  involvement  of  academia.  1 

11.  Educate  members  about  1 

burnout  and  coping. 

12.  Longer  Annual  Meeting  forums.  1 

13.  More  attention  to  World  Health  and  1 

public  health  problems. 

14.  Hold  meetings  such  as  this  1 

one  geographically. 

15.  Set  Work  Week  of  Health  date  earlier, 1 


total  40 


—Report  prepared  by  Diane  Upton,  Communications  Coordinator 


PANEL  PARTICIPANTS:  Kenneth  M Viste  Jr,  MD, 
Oshkosh;  Gerald  C Kempthome,  MD,  Spring  Green; 
Russell  A Quirk,  MD,  Racine;  Walter  D Mortiz,  MD, 
Fort  Atkinson;  William  L Treacy,  MD,  Milwaukee;  Charles 
L Steidinger,  MD,  Platteville;  and  Alwin  E Schultz,  MD, 
Madison  (staff  photos  by  Diane  Upton). 


Scientific  Medicine 


VICTOR  S FALK,  MD,  Medical  Editor 


Burn  injuries  in  Wisconsin:  epidemiology 

and  prevention  Murray  L Katcher,  MD,  PhD  and  Stephen  J Delventhal,  MD 

Madison,  Wisconsin 


An  estimated  two  million  people  suffer  burn  in- 
juries in  the  United  States  each  year.  Three  hundred 
thousand  of  these  seek  medical  attention  and 
130,000  require  hospitalization,  sometimes  for  as 
long  as  two  years.  The  cost  of  burn  injuries  in  terms 
of  dollars  spent  and  lives  lost  is  great,  indeed.  An 
estimated  $11.4  billion  are  spent  each  year  as  a direct 
result  of  burn  injuries,  and  more  than  10,000  burn- 
injured  persons  perish  annually.  '-2  The  cost  in  terms 
of  human  suffering,  both  physiological  and  psycho- 
logical, is  incalculable. 

In  Wisconsin  burn  injuries  are  no  less  a problem 
than  in  the  rest  of  the  country.3  Although  some  of 
these  injuries  never  come  to  the  attention  of  a phy- 
sician and  others  are  treated  in  community  hospitals, 
major  burn  injuries  are  usually  referred  to  one  of 
three  regional  burn  centers.  The  burn  center  at  St 
Mary’s  Hospital  in  Milwaukee  receives  most  of  the 
burn  referrals  from  eastern  Wisconsin.  In  north- 
west Wisconsin  severely  burned  patients  are  treated 
at  Ramsey  County  Hospital  Burn  Center  in  St  Paul, 
Minnesota.  From  southwestern  and  central  Wis- 
consin approximately  75  to  100  burn-injured  per- 
sons are  annually  referred  to  the  Burn  Center  at  the 
University  of  Wisconsin  Hospital  in  Madison.  In 
addition  to  the  roughly  300  burn  patients  admitted 
yearly  to  these  three  centers,  a sizable  number  of 
burn-injured  people  die  before  they  can  be  admitted 
to  the  hospital. 

It  is  known  from  clinical  experience  and  from  the 
reports  of  others2  that  many  burn  injuries  are  pre- 
ventable. To  formulate  a realistic  and  feasible  burn 
prevention  program  for  Wisconsin,  the  records  of 
all  cases  seen  at  the  University  of  Wisconsin  Hospital 
Burn  Center  during  a recent  two-year  period  were 
reviewed.  Based  on  these  findings  and  the  as- 
sumption that  these  are  representative  of  burn  in- 
juries occurring  throughout  the  state,  recommenda- 
tions for  the  prevention  of  such  injuries  have  been 
prepared  and  are  presented. 


From  the  Department  of  Pediatrics  (Doctor  Katcher)  and  the  Depart- 
ment of  Surgery  [Division  of  General  Surgery]  (Doctor  Delventhal), 
University  of  Wisconsin  Medical  School,  Madison,  Wisconsin.  Pub- 
lication support  provided.  Reprint  requests  to:  Murray  L Katcher,  MD, 
PhD,  Dept  of  Pediatrics,  H6/446  Clinical  Science  Center,  600  Highland 
Ave,  Madison,  Wis  53792  (phone:  608/263-6235).  Copyright  1982 
by  the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin. 


Table  1 — Etiologies  of  burns 

Etiology 

No. 

(%) 

Flame 

71 

(50) 

Scald  (hot  liquid) 

48 

(34) 

Electrical 

10 

(8) 

Chemical 

3 

(2) 

Other 

9 

(6) 

Total 

141 

(100) 

METHODS.  All  admissions  to  the  University  of 
Wisconsin  Hospital  Burn  Center  between  January  1, 
1978,  and  December  31,  1979,  were  reviewed.  Age, 
sex,  month  in  which  burn  occurred,  type  of  burn 
(flame,  scald,  electric,  chemical,  or  other),  details 
of  the  burn  scenario,  relationship  to  work,  and 
fatalities  were  evaluated.  Each  patient  was  counted 
on  first  admission  only.  Admissions  for  subsequent 
surgical  or  other  treatment  were  not  tabulated. 

RESULTS.  During  the  two-year  study  period,  141 
patients  were  admitted  to  the  University  of  Wis- 
consin Hospital  Burn  Center.  Of  these,  115  (82%) 
were  male  and  26  (18%)  were  female.  The  mean  age 
was  28.6  years  with  a range  from  two  weeks  to 
86  years.  The  median  age  was  25  years.  Forty 
patients  (28%)  were  18  years  of  age  or  less.  The  age 
range  with  the  highest  frequency  of  burn  injury  was 
21  to  30  years,  which  comprised  37  admissions  or 
26%  of  the  total.  Forty-nine  admissions  (35%)  were 
for  burns  related  to  occupation,  including  home- 
making. 

Examination  of  the  monthly  distribution  of  burn 
injuries  revealed  that  the  majority  of  burns  (67.4%) 
occurred  during  the  warmer  months,  May  through 
October. 

Table  1 shows  the  frequency  of  burns  by  etiology. 
Gasoline  fires  were  responsible  for  28  (39%)  of  the 
flame  burns.  These  frequently  involved  a motor 
vehicle  or  the  use  of  gasoline  to  start  a fire.  Flam- 
mable gases  were  involved  in  15  (21%)  of  the  flame 
burns;  half  of  these  were  during  the  lighting  of  a 
pilot  light.  House  fires  accounted  for  15  (21%)  of 
the  flame  burns. 


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Scalds  from  hot  liquids  comprised  the  next  most 
frequent  cause  of  burn  injury.  Hot  water  or  steam 
was  most  commonly  involved  (50%  of  scalds),  fol- 
lowed by  hot  oil  and  grease  (27%)  and  hot  bev- 
erages. 

The  majority  of  the  electrical  injuries  resulted 
from  contact  with  a high  voltage  wire.  Chemical 
burns  were  caused  by  contact  with  cement,  fer- 
tilizers, and  ammonia.  Other  sources  of  burn  injury 
were  from  a heating  pad,  hot  wood  stove,  hot  iron 
castings,  space  heater,  exhaust  pipe,  a drive  belt 
(friction  burn),  and  smoke  inhalation  without  burns. 

Table  2 summarizes  the  etiology  and  epidemiology 
of  the  18  fatal  burns.  Two-thirds  of  these  burns  were 
a result  of  flame  burns:  six  from  gasoline  fires,  four 
from  explosions  of  flammable  gases,  and  two  from 
house  fires.  Scald  burns  accounted  for  four  of  the 
fatalities:  three  from  hot  tap  water,  all  of  which  oc- 
curred in  a bathtub,  and  one  from  hot  oil  spilled 
from  a deep  fryer.  Two  additional  deaths  occurred 
from  electrical  burns. 

Children  under  the  age  of  five  were  most  com- 
monly burned  from  hot  liquids.  Two  of  the  four 
deaths  in  this  age  group  occurred  as  a result  of  hot 
tap  water  scald  burns  in  the  bathtub.  Another  death 
resulted  from  contact  with  hot  oil  from  a deep 
fryer.  The  fourth  death  resulted  from  a house  fire. 
Children  ages  5 through  15  years  were  frequently 
burned  from  contact  with  electricity  or  from  playing 
with  fire,  especially  matches  and  candles.  Most  of 
the  burns  in  persons  15  to  30  years  of  age  were  a 
result  of  contact  with  flammable  liquids  such  as 
gasoline  involving  a motor  vehicle  or  starting  a fire. 


Table  2- 

■Burn  fatalities 

Etiology 

No. 

w 

Age  IN  YEARS 
(SEX) 

Flame 

12 

(67) 

Gasoline  6 


Car/truck  3 

18,20,35  (3  M) 

fire 

Starting  fire  1 

86  (M) 

Suicide  1 

49  (M) 

Tank  1 

31  (M) 

Gas 

4 

Lighting  3 

45-75  (2  M,  1 F) 

pilot  light 
Propane  1 

66  (M) 

explosion 
House  fire 

2 

2,  35  (2  M) 

Scald 

4 (22) 

Bathtub 

3 

l‘/2, 2 1/2,74(1  M,  2 F) 

Hot  oil 

1 

1 >/2  (M) 

(deep  frier) 

Electric 

2 (11) 

Bare  wire 

1 

83  (M) 

Fuse  box 

1 

28  (M) 

Total  Fatalities 

18  (100) 

(15  M,  3 F) 

In  adults  over  age  30,  occupational  (including  farm- 
ing and  homemaking)  and  industrial  burn  injuries 
were  among  the  most  common.  Small  children  and 
the  elderly  were  most  vulnerable  to  house  fire  in- 
juries. 


DISCUSSION.  Our  findings  corroborated  our  clini- 
cal impression  that  most  burn  injuries  are  prevent- 
able. While  poor  judgment  and  negligence  were 
ultimately  responsible  for  most  burn  injuries,  we 
could  clearly  discern  epidemiological  patterns  of 
age,  sex,  season,  place,  and  occupation  among  this 
group  of  burn  patients. 

Based  on  these  statistics  as  well  as  on  those 
gathered  elsewhere,2  a two-pronged  burn  prevention 
program  consisting  of  legislative  action  and  educa- 
tion was  developed.  In  this  paper  we  present  the 
educational  aspect  of  a program  patterned  after 
“Project  Burn  Prevention,”  from  the  Boston  area, 
which  was  funded  by  the  US  Consumer  Product 
Safety  Commission.  In  Wisconsin,  Project  Burn 
Prevention  of  Wisconsin,  Inc  has  been  organized, 
and  a pamphlet,  “Protect  Someone  You  Love,”4 
has  been  used  to  educate  the  public.  Portions  of  the 
following  information  also  are  mentioned  in  that 
pamphlet. 

Flame  bums.  Fires  in  houses  and  other  buildings 
account  for  most  burn  fatalities.  Many  of  these  fires 
can  be  prevented  by  careful  use  of  matches  and 
cigarettes,  appropriate  storage  of  flammable  ma- 
terials, and  careful  use  and  maintenance  of  fur- 
naces, wood  stoves,  ranges,  space  heaters,  and  elec- 
tric wiring.  Early  detection  of  these  fires,  by  use  of 
smoke  detectors,  for  example,  is  very  important  so 
that  quick  escape  is  possible.  It  is  wise  for  the  family 
to  plan  and  rehearse  evacuation  routes  and  to  have 
prepared  escape  ladders  available  for  use,  in  the 
event  of  a fire. 

Scalds.  Scalds  from  hot  tap  water  account  for 
over  2600  emergency  room  visits  in  the  United  States 
each  year.  On  the  average  these  are  more  severe 
than  other  kinds  of  scald  burns,  with  approximately 
25%  requiring  hospital  admission.5  The  crux  of  the 
problem  is  that  water  heaters  have  been  preset  by 
manufacturers  at  dangerously  high  temperatures  and 
remain  set  at  these  temperatures  even  after  instal- 
lation in  private  homes.  People  who  are  exposed 
to  these  temperatures  for  even  a brief  time  may 
suffer  full-thickness  burns  which  can  result  in  per- 
manent disfigurement  and  death.  Those  most  fre- 
quently scalded  are  children,  the  elderly,  and  the 
handicapped  who  are  physically  incapable  of  re- 
moving themselves  from  scalding  water  in  time  to 
prevent  a burn.  In  a review  of  tap  water  scalds  from 
all  hospitals  in  Dane  County,  Wisconsin,  over  a 
ten-year  period,  33  such  burns  were  found,  including 
Five  fatalities.6  Three  of  the  five  deaths  occurred  in 
children  under  the  age  of  five  years;  the  other  two 
were  in  elderly  patients  (ages  74  and  84).  All  three 
toddlers  had  been  left  unattended  by  an  adult,  either 


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alone  or  with  a slightly  older  sibling  who  was  in- 
strumental in  the  scalding. 

The  solution  to  this  problem  is  to  lower  the  maxi- 
mum household  water  heater  temperature  to  below 
54. 4C  (130F),  and  preferably  between  48.9  and 
51. 7C  (120-125F).  This  can  be  stressed  through  a 
public  education  program  which  emphasizes  energy 
conservation  as  well  as  safety.  In  addition,  hot  water 
heater  manufacturers  should  be  urged  to  lower 
factory  preset  temperatures.  Until  recently,  electric 
water  heaters  were  preset  at  the  factory  at  65. 6C 
(150F)  and  gas  water  heaters  were  preset  at  60C 
(140F).  Investigators  in  Seattle  tested  hot  water 
temperatures  in  bathtubs  and  found  that  the  average 
hot  water  temperature  was  61 C (142F)  and  80% 
were  over  54. 4C  (130F).7  At  these  temperatures  oc- 
cupants run  the  risk  of  full-thickness  epidermal 
burns  within  two  to  six  seconds.8  Lowering  the  water 
temperature  to  54. 4C  (130F)  or  below  would  allow 
most  people  enough  time  to  remove  themselves  from 
the  water  before  receiving  full-thickness  burns 
(Fig  1).  A federal  regulation  has  been  adopted  re- 
quiring all  new  water  heaters  to  have  attached  labels 
warning  of  the  danger  of  hot  tap  water.  It  is  esti- 
mated that  procedures  such  as  these  could  reduce 
the  number  of  tap  water  scalds  by  75%. 

In  addition  to  hot  tap  water,  scalds  may  be  caused 
by  other  hot  liquids,  such  as  coffee,  tea,  or  cooking 
oil.  The  victims  of  these  scaldings  are  usually 
children  under  three  years  of  age.  Often  these  tod- 
dlers get  burned  as  a result  of  pulling  on  a tablecloth, 
on  a pot  handle  or  cup,  or  on  a dangling  electrical 
cord  from  a cooking  appliance,  causing  hot  foods 
and  liquids  to  fall  on  them.  Especially  in  households 
with  small  children,  pot  handles  should  be  turned 
toward  the  back  of  the  stove,  appliance  cords  should 
not  be  left  to  dangle  from  tables  or  countertops,  and 
containers  with  hot  liquids  should  not  be  set  near 
table  edges  within  reach  of  a toddler. 

Scald  burns  are  not  restricted  to  young  children, 
however.  Eight  males  in  our  series,  ages  16  to  47 
years,  were  burned  from  the  hot  contents  of  a motor 
vehicle  cooling  system.  This  usually  occurred  when 
the  cap  was  removed  from  an  auto  radiator  while  the 
engine  was  still  hot.  Allowing  the  engine  to  cool, 
prior  to  removing  the  radiator  cap,  is  an  obvious 
means  of  prevention. 

Flammable  liquids  and  gases.  In  the  adolescent 
and  young  adult  group,  ages  15  to  30  years,  the 
negligent  or  reckless  use  of  gasoline  is  the  single  most 
frequently  cited  cause  of  burns.  In  many  cases  these 
burn  patients  are  intoxicated  at  the  time  of  their  in- 
jury, and  cigarettes  are  a common  source  of  ignition. 
Burns  related  to  recreation,  such  as  those  from 
campfires,  lanterns,  and  camp  stoves,  are  also 
common  in  this  age  group. 

To  help  prevent  these  injuries,  young  people 
should  be  warned  not  to  wear  loose  clothing  while 
working  around  flames.  Instead,  they  should  be  ad- 
vised to  wear  short  sleeves,  to  tuck  in  the  loose  ends 
of  clothing,  and  to  tie  back  loosely  hanging  hair. 

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Many  of  the  mod-acrylic  fabrics  are  more  flame- 
resistant  than  wool,  nylon,  or  cotton.4 

The  most  serious  flame  burns  frequently  involve 
an  ignition  source  (a  match  or  cigarette  lighter)  and 
a flammable  liquid  (invisible  vapors).  Vapor  from 
such  liquids  may  travel  long  distances  along  the 
ground  in  enclosed  spaces;  when  the  vapor  reaches 
a flame,  it  can  ignite  explosively. 

The  public  should  be  warned  never  to  use  a match 
to  look  for  natural  gas  leaks  or  to  relight  pilot 
lights.  The  utility  company  should  be  called  im- 
mediately to  avoid  an  explosive  ignition. 

School  safety  and  public  education  programs 
aimed  at  burn  prevention  should  emphasize  that  if 
clothing  catches  fire,  the  person  should  drop  to  the 
ground  and  roll.  Then  burns  should  be  cooled 
with  cold  water  to  reduce  the  depth  of  the  burn  as 
well  as  to  alleviate  pain. 

SUMMARY.  It  is  evident  that  burn  injuries  do  not 
occur  randomly.9  Etiologic  categories  of  burns  are 
often  specific  for  age,  sex,  season,  and  location. 
The  definition  of  these  factors  will  facilitate  burn 
prevention  programs  that  can  be  directed  at  those 
high-risk  segments  of  the  population  for  a given  type 
of  burn,  thereby  conserving  funds  and  manpower 
without  diminishing  the  effectiveness  of  the  pro- 
gram. 

Currently  the  Wisconsin  Department  of  Agricul- 
ture, Trade,  and  Consumer  Protection  conducts 
a burn  prevention  education  program  throughout 
the  state.  People  from  the  industrial  community  as 


well  as  educators,  community  leaders,  and  public 
service  organizations  have  joined  in  this  endeavor. 
Physicians  can  make  an  important  contribution  by 
instructing  their  patients,  especially  the  elderly,  the 
handicapped,  and  those  with  small  children,  about 
common  burn  prevention  practices,  as  well  as  by 
participating  in  burn  prevention  education  programs 
in  the  communities  in  which  they  live. 

Acknowledgment  The  editorial  assistance  of  Ms  Cynthia 
Orenberg  is  gratefully  acknowledged. 


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Factor  VIII  usage  in  the  Wisconsin  Hemophilia 
Program;  Factor  VIII  usage  in  hemophilia 

Darlene  Lange  and  Jack  Lazerson,  MD,  Milwaukee,  Wisconsin 


ABSTRACT.  The  concept  that  early  aggressive  replace- 
ment therapy  results  in  decreased  morbidity  and  mortality 
has  brought  about  the  changing  pattern  of  hemophilia 
care.  This  treatment  program  necessitates  that  large  quan- 
tities of  factor  VIII  therapeutic  material  be  available. 
In  an  attempt  to  define  the  magnitude  of  the  quantity 
needed,  the  present  study  of  51  hemophilia  A patients 
involved  in  a comprehensive  care  program  center  de- 
scribes the  factor  VIII  usage  per  year  per  age  group.  The 
data  can  be  used  to  inform  suppliers  and  providers  of 
hemophilia  care  with  the  amount  of  factor  VIII  units 
required  per  patient  per  year,  thereby  assuring  adequate 
factor  VIII  replacement  therapy. 

Comprehensive  Hemophilia  Diagnostic  and  Treat- 
ment Centers  throughout  the  United  States  provide 
treatment  plans  for  hemophilia  patients  of  varying 
age  groups.'  Although  total  factor  VIII  usage  per 
year  is  individually  determined,  it  is  highly  variable 
depending  on  the  severity  of  the  disorder,  body 
weight  of  the  patient  (dosage  calculated  per  kilogram 
of  body  weight),  type  and  site  of  hemorrhage 
(muscle,  joint,  intracranial),  and  the  need  for  inter- 
mittent prophylaxis  (physical  therapy,  surgical  pro- 
cedures, sports  activities).  As  a result,  hemophilia 
centers  in  conjunction  with  their  factor  VIII  sup- 
pliers (blood  banks,  pharmacies),  must  be  able  to 


At  the  time  of  this  study  Ms  Lange  was  with  the  Great  Lakes  Hemo- 
philia Foundation,  Inc,  1701  West  Wisconsin  Ave,  Milwaukee,  Wis 
53233;  Doctor  Lazerson  was  Associate  Professor  of  Pediatrics,  The 
Medical  College  of  Wisconsin,  and  Medical  Director  of  the  Great  Lakes 
Hemophilia  Foundation,  Inc.  This  study  was  supported  in  part  by  DHEW 
Grant  No.  MCB-55-001-03,  the  Faye  McBeath  Foundation  Grant,  and  the 
Great  Lakes  Hemophilia  Foundation.  Publication  support  provided. 
Reprint  requests  to:  Jack  Lazerson,  MD,  Professor  of  Pediatrics  and 
Pathology,  University  of  California-Davis,  Sacramento  Medical  Center, 
UCD  Professional  Bldg,  4301  X Street,  Sacramento,  CA  95817.  Copy- 
right 1982  by  the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin. 

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calculate  the  total  factor  VIII  units  per  year  re- 
quired for  treatment  of  their  patient  population  in 
order  to  avoid  shortages  of  factor  VIII  products. 

Very  few  studies  have  taken  into  account  the 
changing  patterns  of  factor  VIII  replacement  ther- 
apy referable  to  the  increased  number  of  surgical 
procedures,  rehabilitative  physical  therapy  pro- 
grams, and  the  general  encouragement  of  the  hemo- 
philia patient  to  treat  suspected  hemorrhagic  epi- 
sodes earlier  and  more  aggressively.  The  present 
study  analyzes  51  patients  in  an  effort  to  describe 
the  magnitude  of  the  factor  VIII  consumption. 

METHODS.  The  patient  group  consisted  of  51  pa- 
tients with  severe  classical  hemophilia  A (factor  VIII 
procoagulant  activity  of  < 1 percent).  None  of  the 
patients  had  inhibitors  to  factor  VIII.  Eight  addi- 
tional patients  did  not  have  data  available  for  the 
year  prior  to  entry  but  were  included  in  the  follow- 
up period.  At  the  time  of  entry  into  the  Hemophilia 
Comprehensive  Care  Center  Program,  patients  were 
reoriented  and  reeducated  in  the  philosophy  of  treat- 
ment; ie,  early  treatment  at  the  onset  of  suspicion  of 
an  occurrence  of  hemorrhagic  episode.2-3  The  fol- 
low-up period  represents  a time  during  which  patient 
education  emphasized  early  aggressive  home  infu- 
sion treatment  as  important  for  prevention  of  long- 
term disability. 

Both  cryoprecipitate  and  factor  VIII  commercial 
concentrates  were  used.  Cryoprecipitate  usage  by 
bags  was  redefined  as  factor  VIII  units  based  on 
assays  of  cryoprecipitate  ranging  from  80-100  factor 
VIII  units  per  bag.  Prior  to  entry  in  the  program, 
patients  had  utilized  a dosage  of  factor  VIII  calcu- 
lated to  raise  the  circulating  factor  VIII  level  to  40% 

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that  of  normal  plasma  (20  units  of  factor  VIII  admi- 
nistered per  kilogram  body  weight).  At  the  time  of 
entry  and  during  the  follow-up  period,  patients  were 
reeducated  and  instructed  to  utilize  a lesser  dose  of 
15  units  per  kg  per  infusion.  In  vivo  factor  VIII 
studies  were  performed  periodically  to  monitor  cal- 
culated values.  Prophylactic  use  of  factor  VIII  is 
defined  as  the  infusion  of  20  units  per  kilogram  body 
weight  given  every  other  day.  Mixed  therapy  is 
defined  as  the  on-demand  (prn)  use  of  factor  VIII 
to  treat  hemorrhagic  episodes  combined  with  inter- 
mittent interval  use  of  prophylaxis.  Surgical  treat- 
ment regimens  and  postoperative  rehabilitative  pe- 
riods are  evaluated  separately. 

Usage  of  factor  VIII  in  the  year  prior  to  entry 
into  the  program  and  in  the  follow-up  period  was 
obtained  from  monthly  calendar  reports  and  the 
patient’s  medical  record. 


RESULTS.  Table  1 lists  the  age  groups,  number  of 
patients,  average  weights,  factor  VIII  units  used 
per  kilogram  per  year  per  patient  population,  and 
subgroups  separated  into  the  varied  treatment  regi- 
mens used;  ie,  demand,  pure  prophylaxis,  mixed 
regimen  of  demand  and  prophylaxis,  or  surgical 
regimen.  The  average  follow-up  period  for  59  pa- 
tients was  20.5  months,  with  a range  of  5-35  months. 
The  average  factor  VIII  usage  for  the  total  group 


increased  from  49,712  units  per  patient  to  101,588 
units  per  patient  and  could  be  primarily  accounted 
for  by  the  prophylactic  treatment  regimens  (surgical, 
mixed,  and  prophylaxis). 

At  the  time  of  entry,  38  patients  were  on  a de- 
mand regimen  and  40  patients  utilized  this  treatment 
modality  during  the  follow-up  period  of  18.8  months 
(range  5-25  months).  For  those  patients  utilizing 
this  treatment  routine,  in  the  less  than  six-year-old 
age  group,  the  average  follow-up  period  was  24.6 
months,  (range  12-35  months),  with  a 137%  increase 
in  factor  VIII  use.  It  should  be  noted  that  four  of 
the  nine  patients  in  this  age  group  had  not  used  any 
factor  VIII  during  the  one  year  prior  to  entry.  Exclu- 
sion of  these  four  patients  results  in  a change  from 
400  units/kg/year  to  636  units/kg/year  for  five 
patients  and  a recalculation  of  percentage  increase 
to  49%  instead  of  137%.  The  remainder  of  the 
demand  treatment  group  revealed  an  increase  in  the 
amount  of  factor  VIII  used  of  46-59%.  The  average 
units  per  kg  of  factor  VIII  used  increased  from  592 
to  960,  or  a total  of  26,700  units  of  factor  VIII  to 
48,200  units. 

Five  patients  utilized  a prophylactic  treatment 
regimen  in  the  year  prior  to  the  date  of  entry  into 
the  program  and  four  of  these  five  patients  were  on 
this  regimen  during  an  average  follow-up  of  16.3 
months,  (range  5-25  months).  It  should  be  noted  that 
the  majority  of  patients  using  prophylactic  therapy 


Table  1 — Factor  Vlll  usage 


Treatment 

Regimen 

Age 

Range 

[years] 

Prior  To> 

Follow-up  PERiODt 

Number 

Patients 

Average 

Weight 

[kg] 

Units 
Per  KG 
Per  Year 

Number 

Patients 

Average 

Weight 

[kg] 

Units 
Per  KG 
Per  Year 

0-5 

9 

12.8 

400 

9 

15.9 

946 

6-10 

5 

25.7 

557 

5 

32.2 

824 

11-16 

8 

48.8 

910 

11 

55.4 

1444 

17-30 

11 

57.8 

660 

11 

62.6 

1014 

>31 

5 

80.7 

391 

4 

84.8 

571 

38 

45.2 

592 

40 

50.2 

960 

0-5 

1 

23.9 

3796 

Prophylaxis 

11-16 

3 

64.3 

2456 

3 

52.8 

2550 

17-30 

2 

61.7 

2681 

1 

63.5 

3043 

5 

63.0 

2569 

5 

46.7 

3130 

0-5 

1 

19.5 

3482 

2 

21.7 

3171 

6-10 

1 

33.3 

3934 

2 

29.9 

708 

Mixed 

11-16 

2 

34.8 

3934 

6 

62.3 

2746 

17-30 

3 

67.8 

1670 

>31 

1 

78.0 

894 

4 

29.0 

3783 

14 

51.9 

1838 

11-6 

1 

30.0 

1605 

1 

57 

8849 

Surgical 

17-30 

2 

76.6 

2271 

2 

73.8 

4744 

>31 

1 

75.5 

994 

1 

68 

403 

4 

60.7 

1632 

4 

62.7 

4599 

Totals  or  Averages 

51 

47.8 

1040 

59 

53.1 

1913 

*12  month  period. 
t5-35  months. 

Numbers  in  italics  are  totals  or  average  figures. 


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were  in  the  1 l-to-30-year  age  group  with  no  patients 
in  the  greater  than  30-year  age  group. 

Fourteen  patients,  an  increase  of  ten  patients,  uti- 
lized a mixed  therapy  regimen  during  an  average 
follow-up  period  of  11  months  (range  of  5-25 
months)  as  a result  of  the  recognition  that  an  active 
physical  therapy  rehabilitative  program  requiring 
short-term  intermittent  prophylactic  infusion  would 
be  beneficial.  Despite  this  increase,  no  discernible 
patterns  were  noted  in  the  amount  of  factor  VIII 
used  per  kilogram  per  year  per  patient  between  the 
entry  data  and  the  follow-up  data.  The  majority  of 
patients,  9 of  14  (64%),  using  this  approach  to 
treatment  were  in  the  1 l-to-30  year  age  group. 

The  results  for  patients  utilizing  surgical  treatment 
regimens  at  entry  and  in  the  follow-up  period  did  not 
reveal  any  consistent  pattern  in  the  use  of  factor  VIII 
and  was  highly  dependent  on  the  nature  of  the  surgi- 
cal procedure  and  postoperative  management.  No 
surgical  procedures  were  performed  in  patients  less 
than  ten  years  of  age  during  the  study  period. 

DISCUSSION.  With  the  development  of  hemophilia 
comprehensive  care  programs,  a reorientation  and 
reeducation  of  patients  with  hemophilia  is  occurring. 
Patients  are  noting  the  advantages  of  early  infusion 
treatment  regimens,  necessitating  the  availability  of 
increased  quantities  of  factor  VIII.4  The  magnitude 
of  this  increase  is  variable;  and  if  large  enough,  it 
may  compromise  factor  VIII  resources.5  For  this 
reason  it  is  important  to  develop  predictive  indices 
based  on  factor  VIII  usage,  utilizing  number  of 
variables.  This  will  enable  accurate  projections  of 
factor  VIII  usage  to  be  provided  to  suppliers. 

The  data  presented  in  this  report,  although  repre- 
senting a single  treatment  center’s  approach,  reveal 
that  there  are  two  different  patient  populations. 
One,  a younger  patient  group,  is  participating  in  a 
comprehensive  care  center  continual  education  pro- 
cess approach  to  treatment  from  the  time  of  initial 
diagnosis.  These  patients  utilize  therapeutic  mate- 
rials early  and  aggressively  at  the  first  suspicion  of 
a hemorrhagic  episode.  The  other  group  is  an  older, 
more  static  patient  population  saddled  with  chronic 
arthropathy  and  crippling  deformities.6  They  have 
been  reintroduced  to  the  concept  of  effective  therapy 
after  having  survived  the  ravages  of  this  disorder 
without  a philosophy  of  early  treatment.  The  treat- 
ment of  this  latter  group  is  often  directed  at  rehabili- 
tative measures,  necessitating  increased  usage  of 
factor  VIII.  This  is  demonstrated  by  the  increased 
use  of  prophylactic  infusions,  mixed  therapy,  and 
surgical  regimens  necessary  to  rehabilitate  the  older 
population  as  compared  to  the  relatively  low  use 
of  these  therapy  regimens  in  the  younger  population. 
In  fact,  of  the  four  patients  less  than  1 1 years  of  age 
using  a mixed  treatment  program,  one  is  a hyper- 
kinetic syndrome  child,  who  is  periodically  given 
prophylactic  therapy  to  avoid  intracranial  hemorr- 
hage due  to  his  “head  banging.”  Two  other  patients 

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have  significant  arthropathy  that  requires  inter- 
mittent prophylactic  infusions  which  therefore  ac- 
counts for  the  high  factor  VIII  use  in  the  group. 

Exactly  how  much  factor  VIII  will  be  required 
by  any  center  will  in  part  depend  upon  the  number 
of  patients  in  each  of  these  groups,  the  type  of 
therapy  regimen  these  patients  utilize,  and  the  philo- 
sophy of  the  treaters.  With  the  knowledge  of  such 
demographic  data  as  age,  weight,  therapy  regimen 
utilized,  and  number  of  severely  affected  individuals 
in  their  program,  a center  could  easily  calculate  the 
number  of  units  of  factor  VIII  per  kilogram  per  year 
per  patient  group  necessary  to  effectively  carry  out 
treatment.  Education  designed  to  instill  a philosophy 
of  early  treatment  and  home  infusion  has  definitely 
increased  the  amount  of  factor  VIII  being  utilized 
for  patients  less  than  ten  years  of  age.  Previous  re- 
ports suggest  that  the  use  per  year  prior  to  and  after 
home  therapy  programs  for  this  age  group  is  11,100 
and  17,800  units  of  factor  VIII  per  patient  respec- 
tively.7 The  present  study  reemphasizes  the  average 
increase  of  factor  VIII  from  8,000  units  per  patient 
per  year  to  21,200  units.  A number  of  hemophilia 
programs,  heavily  weighted  with  patients  older  than 
15  years  of  age,  report  that  the  average  use  of  factor 
VIII  per  patient  per  year  exclusive  of  surgery  and 
prophylaxis,  varies  from  24,000  to  38,000  units.8'9 

Our  data  indicate  an  even  larger  factor  VIII  unit 
usage  per  year  despite  a decreased  unit  per  dosage 
per  infusion  recommendation;  ie,  15  units  per  kg 
versus  20  units  per  kg.  The  unit  usage  per  year  is 
similar  to  the  NHLBI’s  “Cooperative  Study  of 
Spontaneously  Occurring  Factor  VIII  Inhibitors  in 
Patients  with  Hemophilia”  study  group10  approach- 
ing 50,000  units  per  patient  per  year,  for  patients 
on  an  as-needed  treatment  schedule.  The  benefits  of 
early  treatment  have  been  previously  demonstrated 
including  the  fact  that  the  amount  of  factor  VIII  per 
infusion  can  be  decreased  the  earlier  treatment  oc- 
curs." Of  interest  is  the  fact  that  the  frequency  of 
infusion  appears  to  increase,  averaging  an  infusion 
every  eight  days  as  the  result  of  patients  treating 
signs  and  symptoms  that  may  or  may  not  relate  to 
an  early  hemorrhage  episode.12'13 

By  1 1 years  of  age  through  30  years  of  age  a per- 
centage of  patients  had  already  encountered  signifi- 
cant orthopedic  problems.  As  a result,  a number  of 
these  patients  required  prophylactic  infusions  and 
mixed  regimens  of  factor  VIII  for  rehabilitative 
procedures.  Whether  the  children  in  the  less-than- 
five-years-of-age  and  the  six-to-ten-years-of-age 
groups  will  progress  to  similar  problems  remains 
to  be  assessed.  Clearly,  if  this  occurs,  whether  due 
to  neglect  or  failure  to  avail  themselves  of  aggres- 
sive treatment  programs,  the  total  factor  VIII  usage 
per  patient  per  year  may  approach  or  exceed  100,000 
units. 

The  relatively  lower  use  of  factor  VIII  in  the  older 
population,  despite  treatment  regimen  used,  may 
represent  a biologically  preselected  group;  their 
counterparts  who  may  have  been  high  users  of  factor 

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VIII  may  have  not  survived.  Evidence  exists  that 
severe  hemophilia  A is  a heterogeneous  disorder 
and  therefore  this  present  older  subgroup  may  be 
a population  not  truly  representative  of  the  popula- 
tion that  may  now  survive  to  adulthood.14 

CONCLUSION.  In  maximizing  hemophilia  care 
through  patient  education  and  the  development  of 
home  care  infusion  programs,  an  early  aggressive 
treatment  regimen  is  emphasized.  To  carry  out  this 
philosophy  of  treatment,  adequate  amounts  of  fac- 
tor VIII  products  are  required. 

With  the  appropriate  use  of  demographic  data, 
a hemophilia  center  can  calculate  the  approximate 
number  of  factor  VIII  units  required  and  can  there- 
fore provide  suppliers  of  factor  VIII  with  appro- 
priate information  in  order  to  avoid  shortages  of 
these  materials. 

Acknowledgment  The  authors  wish  to  thank  Shelley  Noble 
for  technical  assistance  in  the  preparation  of  this  paper. 

REFERENCES 

1.  Hilgartner  MW:  Comprehensive  care  of  hemophilia.  DHEW  Public 
No.  (HSA)  79-5129,  1979. 


2.  Lazerson  J:  The  prophylactic  approach  to  hemophilia  A.  Hasp. 
Pracl  6:99,  1971. 

3.  Hilgartner  MW:  Current  therapy.  In  Hilgartner  MW  (ed):  Hemophilia 
in  Children,  Littleton:  Publishing  Sciences  Group,  Inc,  1977,  p 151. 

4.  Rabiner  SF,  Lazerson  J:  Home  management  and  prophylaxis  of 
hemophilia.  Prog  Heamt  8:223,  1973. 

5.  US  Dept  HEW,  Div  Blood  Dis  Resour:  Study  to  evaluate  the  supply- 
demand  relationship  for  AHF  and  PTC  through  1980.  DHEW  Public- 
No.  (N1H)  77-1274,  1976. 

6.  Levine  PH:  Efficacy  of  self-therapy  in  hemophilia:  A study  of  72 
patients  with  hemophilia  A and  B.  N Engl . I Med  291 : 1381,  1974. 

7.  Lazerson  J:  hemophilia  home  transfusion  program:  Effect  on  cryopre- 
cipitate  utilization.  J Pedial  82:857,  1973. 

8.  Rizza  XE,  Spooner  RJD:  Home  treatment  of  hemophilia  and  Christ- 
mas disease:  five  years  experience.  Bril  J Haem  37:53,  1977. 

9.  Eyster  ME,  Lewis  JH,  Shapior  SS,  et  al:  The  Pennsylvania  hemo- 
philia program  1973-1978.  Am  J Hem  9:277 , 1980. 

10.  Aledort  LM,  Goodnight  SH:  Hemophilia  treatment;  its  relationship 
to  blood  products.  In  Prog  Hemal  Vol  12  (ed)  Brown  EB,  in  press, 
1981. 

11.  Britton  M,  Harrison  J,  Abilgaard  CF:  Early  treatment  of  hemo- 
philic hemarthrosis  with  minimal  dose  of  new  factor  VIII  concen- 
trates. J Pedial  85:245,  1974. 

12.  Strawczynski  H,  Stachewitsch  A,  et  al:  Delivery  of  care  to  hemophilic 
children;  home  care  versus  hospitalization.  Pedial  51:986,  1973. 

13.  Guenthner  EE,  Hilgartner  MW,  et  al:  Hemophilic  arthropathy;  effect 
of  home  care  on  treatment  patterns  and  joint  disease.  J Pedial  97:378, 
1980. 

14.  Rainsford  SG,  Hall  A:  Clinical  observations  and  their  relationship  to 
laboratory  findings  in  the  hemophiliacs.  Throm  Diuth  Haemor  34:734, 
1975  . ■ 


ABSTRACT 

Safety  of  changing  intravenous  delivery  systems 
at  longer  than  24-hour  intervals 


JEFFREY  D BAND,  MD  and  DENNIS  G MAM,  MD  (University 
of  Wisconsin  Hospital  and  Clinics,  Center  for  Health  Sciences,  Madison, 
Wis)  Ann  Intern  Med 91: 173-178,  1979 

Routinely  changing  the  intravenous  delivery 
system  (fluid  containers  and  administration  set) 
every  24  hours  is  widely  practiced  in  American  hos- 
pitals to  reduce  the  risk  of  septicemia  caused  by  con- 
taminated infusate.  The  authors  did  a prospective 
clinical  study  to  ascertain  whether  changing  at  longer 
intervals  could  be  justified.  At  the  conclusion  of  in- 
fusion therapy  through  one  system,  both  the  cannula 
and  an  aliquot  of  remaining  fluid  were  cultured 
quantitatively.  Of  790  infusions,  contaminated  in- 
fusate was  detected  in  one  (0.39%)  of  258  dis- 
continued and  sampled  after  1 to  24  hours  of  con- 
tinuous use,  three  (0.84%)  of  359  after  25  to  48 
hours,  and  one  (0.58%)  of  173  after  49  to  71  hours; 
none  of  these  five  contaminated  systems  produced 
septicemia.  However,  five  cannula-related  septi- 
cemias were  identified  during  the  study,  none  as- 
sociated with  concordant  contamination  of  in- 
fusate. Routinely  replacing  the  delivery  system  every 
48  hours  seems  to  be  justified  and  could  result  in 
considerable  savings  to  hospitals.  Infection  of  the 
cannula  wound  and  contamination  of  infusate  seem 
to  be  unrelated.  ■ 


An  administrative  medicine  program 
for  clinician-executives 

DON  E DETMER,  MD  and  JAY  NOREN,  MD,  University  of  Wis- 
consin Clinical  Science  Center,  Madison,  Wis:  J Med  Educ  56:  640- 
645  (Aug)  1981 

An  educational  curriculum  for  clinician-executives 
has  been  developed  at  the  University  of  Wisconsin- 
Madison.  A comprehensive  range  of  subjects  is  of- 
fered on  flexible  schedules,  including  weekends,  to 
accommodate  practicing  health  professionals. 
Courses  may  be  taken  for  graduate  credit  leading  to 
a master’s  degree  in  preventive  medicine/administra- 
tive medicine  or  for  continuing  medical  education 
credit.  Course- projects  relate  to  problems  or  issues 
relevant  to  the  student’s  work  environment.  The 
core  curriculum  includes:  current  health  systems; 
healthcare  management,  planning,  and  evaluation; 
information  sciences;  values;  and  clinical  preventive 
medicine.  Degree  requirements  may  be  met  in  one 
full-time  calendar  year  or  over  a several-year,  part- 
time  period.  This  curriculum  has  demonstrated  the 
need  for  and  value  of  programs  directed  toward 
strengthening  the  executive  skills  and  roles  of 
clinicians.* 


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Bethanechol  (Urecholin® ) and  bronchoconstriction 

Sofjan  Lamid,  MD;  Gerhard  H Lohaus,  MD;  Usha  Gokulananda,  MD 
Ahmed  Z El  Ghatit,  MD;  and  Omana  George,  MD,  Milwaukee,  Wisconsin 


Bethanechol  (Urecholine® ),  a parasympathomi- 
metic agent,  has  been  used  frequently  in  the  manage- 
ment of  patients  with  neurogenic  bladder  dys- 
function.1'2 Adverse  reactions  are  uncommon;  how- 
ever, they  include  abdominal  discomfort,  excessive 
salivation,  excessive  sweating,  exacerbation  of 
asthma,  and  hypotension.  Usage  of  the  drug  is  con- 
traindicated in  those  patients  with  hyperthyroidism, 
pregnancy,  peptic  ulcers,  latent  or  active  bronchial 
asthma,  vasomotor  instability,  coronary  artery 
disease,  and  Parkinsonism.3  The  purpose  of  this 
communication  is  to  report  an  asthmatic  attack  that 
occurred  in  a patient  who  had  no  previous  history 
of  bronchial  asthma  and  also  was  given  bethanechol. 

CASE  REPORT.  A 51 -year-old  white  male  was  ad- 
mitted for  genitourinary  evaluation.  Since  1970  he 
had  been  a paraplegic  with  his  level  of  injury  at 
T6.  Evaluation  revealed  persistently  high  residual 
urines  in  the  range  of  400  ml.  The  patient  denied  any 
history  of  asthma,  peptic  ulcer  disease,  thyroid 
disease,  or  drug  allergy.  The  patient  had  never 
taken  bethanechol  before.  A trial  of  bethanechol 
was  initiated  at  25  mg  orally  per  dose.  After  the 
second  dose  the  patient  complained  of  increasing 
shortness  of  breath.  Objective  findings  included 
tachypnea,  prolonged  expiratory  phase  of  breathing, 
and  wheezing  over  both  lung  fields.  Atropine, 
0.6  mg  subcutaneously,  and  aminophylline,  200  mg 
orally,  were  administered  without  improvement.  The 
patient  was  further  treated  with  epinephrine,  0.3  mg 
subcutaneously,  and  subsequently  terbutaline, 
0.25  mg  subcutaneously  every  six  hours.  In  addition, 
aminophylline  was  given  intravenously,  with  a load- 
ing dose  of  6 mg/Kg  followed  with  an  infusion  drip 
of  0.6  mg/Kg/hr.4  Solu-medrol® , 100  mg  intra- 
venously every  six  hours,  was  also  administered.  The 
patient’s  wheezing  and  shortness  of  breath  gradually 
resolved  after  three  days  of  the  above  regimen. 

This  case  illustrates  that  bronchoconstriction  can 
develop  with  the  use  of  bethanechol  in  a patient 


From  Spinal  Cord  Injury  Service  (Doctors  Lamid,  Gokulananda, 
Ghatit,  and  George)  and  Pulmonary  Disease  Section  (Doctor  Lohaus), 
Veterans  Administration  Medical  Center  (Wood);  and  Departments 
of  Physical  Medicine  and  Rehabilitation  and  Internal  Medicine,  The 
Medical  College  of  Wisconsin,  Milwaukee,  Wisconsin.  Reprint  requests 
to;  Sofjan  Lamid,  MD,  Spinal  Cord  Injury  Service,  VA  Medical  Center, 
5000  West  National  Ave,  Wood,  Wis  53193  (ph  414/384-2000,  ext  2875). 
Copyright  1982  by  the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin. 

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without  a history  of  bronchial  asthma.  Within  the 
past  three  years  bethanechol  has  been  used  in  our  in- 
stitution in  98  patients  with  spinal  cord  injuries  re- 
sulting in  detrusor  muscle  underactivity.  Prior  to  this 
patient  any  adverse  reactions  encountered  were 
minor. 

Bronchospasm  is  a recognized  reaction  to  bethan- 
echol in  patients  with  a history  of  asthma,  but  this 
is  the  first  patient  who  had  no  previous  history  of 
asthma.  Bethanechol  is  a choline  ester  and  belongs 
to  the  same  group  of  drugs  as  acetylcholine,  carbo- 
chol,  and  methacholine.  The  smooth  muscle  of  the 
bronchiole  has  both  sympathetic  and  parasym- 
pathetic innervation.  Stimulation  of  the  parasympa- 
thetic innervation  causes  bronchoconstriction.5  As  is 
well  known,  in  the  transmission  of  a parasympa- 
thetic impulse,  acetylcholine  is  liberated  from  the 
nerve  endings,  crosses  to  and  stimulates  the  appro- 
priate receptor,  and  then  is  quickly  hydrolyzed  by 
acetylcholine  esterase.  Bethanechol  can  stimulate 
these  same  cholinergic  receptors.  However,  because 
it  is  resistant  to  hydrolization  by  acetylcholine  es- 
terase, its  action  is  much  more  prolonged.  Atropine 
can  competitively  block  the  effects  of  bethanechol; 
however,  it  should  be  given  before  the  bronchocon- 
strictor  effect  fully  develops.  Once  bronchocon- 
striction is  present,  treatment  with  sympathomimetic 
drugs  is  more  effective  in  reversing  the  bronchocon- 
striction. 

In  conclusion,  we  would  reemphasize  that  beth- 
anechol (Urecholine®)  can  induce  bronchocon- 
striction in  persons  without  a prior  history  of 
asthma.  If  bronchoconstriction  then  develops,  it  is 
best  treated  with  the  use  of  sympathomimetic  drugs, 
although  atropine  should  also  be  given. 

REFERENCES 

1.  Koelle  GB:  Parasympathomimetic  agents.  In:  The  Pharmacological 
Basis  of  Therapeutics,  5th  ed,  edited  by  LS  Goodman  and  A Gilman. 
The  Macmillan  Company,  New  York,  1975,  pp  467-476. 

2.  Milroy  E:  Pharmacological  management  of  common  urodynamic  prob- 
lems. Uroi  din  North  Am  6:265-272,  1979. 

3.  Baker  CE:  Physicians  Desk  Reference,  34th  ed.  Medical  Economics 
Company,  Oradell,  New  Jersey,  1980,  p 1203. 

4.  Hendeles  L,  Weinberger  M,  Bighley  L:  Disposition  of  theophylline 
after  a single  intravenous  infusion  of  aminophylline.  Am  Rev  Respir 
Dis  118:97-103,  1978. 

5.  Gray  FD:  Bronchial  asthma.  In:  Clinical  Cardiopulmonary  Physiology, 
edited  by  BL  Gordon.  Grune  and  Stratton,  New  York,  1969,  pp 
584-599.  ■ 

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ADVANCES  IN 
EMERGENCY  AND 
CARDIOVASCULAR 
CRITICAL  CARE 

A two-day  symposium  sponsored  by: 
Methodist  Hospital,  Its  Medical 
Staff  and  the  Jackson  Clinic 

April  2,  3— symposium  dates 
April  1— ACLS  Recertification  Course 
Sheraton  Inn,  Madison,  Wisconsin 


The  conference  will  report  on  new  treat- 
ment techniques  and  medications  which 
have  radically  altered  the  management  of 
the  critically  ill  cardiovascular  patient. 
Concurrent  multi-level  sessions  are  planned 
for  physicians,  nurses  and  paramedics.  For 
information  call  or  write:  Mark  Olsky,  MD, 
Director,  Emergency  Services,  Methodist 
Hospital,  309  West  Washington  Ave., 
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THE  STATE  MEDICAL  SOCIETY  OF  WISCONSIN 

Created  by  the  Territorial  Legislature  in  18-11.  . .representing  over  5,000  member  physicians  in  Wisconsin,  com- 
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OFFICERS  OF  THE  SOCIETY 
PRESIDENT:  Albert  J Motze!  Jr,  MD.  Waukesha 
president-elect:  Gerald  C Kempthorne,  MD, 

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TREASURER:  John  J Foley,  MD,  Menomonee  Falls 

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chairman:  Darold  A Treffert,  MD,  Fond  du  Lac 

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Organizational 


Comedian  Dan  Ruskin  set  for  Annual  Meeting  Dinner 


Rapier  wit.  . .sometimes  flip,  sometimes  literary, 

sometimes  sassy,  sometimes  off-beat, 

and  always  humorous.  the  Washington  star 


That’s  just  what  one  entertainment  critic  had  to  say 
about  Dan  Ruskin  who  will  provide  the  entertainment  at 
the  Presidents’  Dinner  Thursday,  May  13,  during  the 
1982  SMS  Annual  Meeting. 

A talented  pianist,  a versatile  actor,  a prolific  and 
creative  songwriter,  and  an  astute  satirist,  Dan  Ruskin 
puts  on  a performance  that  is  sure 
to  delight  SMS  physicians  and 
their  spouses. 

Ruskin,  who  has  written  for 
Mark  Russell,  has  also  appeared 
in  movies  such  as  Annie  Hal I 
and  The  President's  Analyst.  On 
television  you  might  remember  him 
from  appearances  on  The  Electric 
Company,  Feeling  Good,  Get 
Smart,  or  more  likely  as  the  actor 
in  Gillette’s  Dry  Look  or  Ultrabrite  Toothpaste  com- 
mercials. 

Physicians  won’t  want  to  miss  what  promises  to  be  a 
most  enjoyable  and  entertaining  evening  with  Dan 
Ruskin.  Further  information  about  tickets  for  this  pro- 
gram will  be  contained  in  the  Annual  Meeting  Brochure 
coming  in  physicians’  mail  soon.  ■ 


Dan  Ruskin 


Annual  Meeting  schedule 

Thursday,  May  13:  County,  district,  specialty  cau- 
cuses— 7 - 9 AM,  MECCA.  First  Session,  House  of 
Delegates — 9 - 12  N,  MECCA.  Reference  committees — 
1 - 4 PM,  Hyatt.  HMO-IPA  Seminar— 3 - 5:30  PM, 
Hyatt.  Presidents’  Reception  and  Dinner  (50-Year-Club 
Dinner) — 7 PM,  Hyatt. 

Friday,  May  14:  Medicine  and  Religion  Breakfast — 
7 AM,  Hyatt.  Scientific  Sessions — 8:30  - 11:45  AM, 
MECCA.  Socio-economic/ WISP  AC  Luncheon — 11:45 
AM  - 1:30  PM,  Hyatt.  Scientific  Sessions — 1:30  - 5 
PM,  MECCA.  Second  and  Third  Sessions,  House  of 
Delegates — 1:45  - 5 PM,  MECCA.  Past  Presidents’ 
Dinner — 6 PM,  Hyatt.  Specialty  Society  Dinners — 
6 PM,  various  places. 

Saturday,  May  15:  Scientific  and  Socio-economic 
Sessions — 8:30  AM  - 4:30  PM,  MECCA.  Specialty  So- 
ciety Dinners— 6 PM,  various  places.  ■ 


CES  FOUNDATION 

CONTRIBUTIONS— NOVEMBER  1981 


The  Charitable,  Educational  and  Scien- 
tific Foundation  of  the  State  Medical  So- 
ciety is  grateful  to  Society  members,  their 
various  friends  and  associates,  and  other 
organizations  interested  in  the  aims  and 
purposes  of  the  Foundation,  for  their 
generous  support.  The  Foundation  wishes 
to  acknowledge  the  following  contri- 
butions for  November  1981 . 


Unrestricted 

CA  Olson,  MD;  Ferdinand  O Grassl,  MD;  HJ  Kief, 
MD;  Jacob  M Fine,  MD;  AA  Holbrook,  MD;  Mar- 
garet C Winston,  MD;  SMS  Members—  Voluntary 
Contributions 

Restricted 

Kenneth  M Viste,  Jr,  MD;  RL  Waffle,  MD — Museum 
of  Medical  Progress  Endowment  Fund 
Guy  W Carlson,  MD — Beaumont  500  Club 
Leland  Pomainville,  MD — Pomainville Fund 
Warner-Lambert  Company — Guest  Speaker  Fund 

Memorials 

Noreen  Krueger;  Dee  Miller — Bernie  Kvam,  Sr  (Student 
Loan  Fund) 

Bernard  & LaVerne  Bartel — Parks  Reinhardt;  Bill 
Angell;  Michael  Mascik  (Museum  of  Medical  Progress 
Endowment  Fund) 

Justin  T Lord;  John  & Mary  Lou  LaBissoniere;  Mary 
Smigielski;  Chesley  P Erwin,  MD — Parks  Reinhardt 
John  & Mary  Lou  LaBissoniere — BUI  Angell 
Dick  & Marcella  Herfel;  Reese  & Mavis  Minor — Bernie 
Kvam,  Sr 

Gerald  C Kempthorne,  MD — William  Jennings 
Dr-Mrs  George  F Meisinger— Mr  JJ  Lieske,  Jr 
State  Medical  Society — Joseph  S Devitl,  MD;  Max  M 
Levine,  MD;  Wilson  Weisel,  MD;  Richard  Siedenberg, 
MD 


SMS  House  of  Delegates  1982  resolution  deadline  reminder.  County  medical  societies,  specialty 
sections,  and  SMS  members  who  wish  to  submit  a resolution  to  the  1982  SMS  House  of  Delegates  An- 
nual Meeting  May  13-14  must  send  their  resolutions  in  proper  form  to  the  Secretary’s  office  at  SMS 
no  later  than  March  13,  1982. 

Early  submission  of  resolutions  is  encouraged  in  order  to  facilitate  early  distribution  of  materials  and 
allow  all  delegates  to  adequately  represent  their  county  medical  society  or  specialty  section. 

A “fiscal  note”  must  accompany  any  resolution  involving  expenditures.  ■ 


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Gounty  Societies 


* Physician  members  of  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin 


Milwaukee  Medicine  Honors  its  Own 


Glenn  H Franke,  MD*  was  installed  as  president  of 
the  Medical  Society  of  Milwaukee  County  (MSMC)  Jan- 
uary 14  at  the  135th  Annual  Meeting  of  the  group  in  Mil- 
waukee. Doctor  Franke  succeeds  Charles  W Landis, 
MD*  who  will  continue  to  serve  on  the  Society’s  Board 
of  Directors. 

Other  physicians  who  assumed  elective  offices  for  1982 
at  that  meeting  are:  Richard  D Fritz,  MD* — president- 
elect; Robert  J Flemma,  MD* — secretary-treasurer; 
Robert  F Madden,  MD*  and  Charles  L Junkerman, 
MD* — directors-at-large. 

Derward  Lepley  Jr,  MD*  received  the  MSMC  Dis- 
tinguished Service  Award  and  retiring  board  members 
Marvin  Glicklich,  MD,*  John  P Mullooly,  MD,* 
Shimpei  Sakaguchi,  MD,*  and  Flenry  M Waldren  Jr, 
MD*  were  honored  for  their  years  of  service  to  the  So- 
ciety’s Board  of  Directors. 

Paul  G LaBissoniere,  MD,*  received  a certificate  of  ap- 
preciation for  his  work  as  an  SMS  District  I Director 
(formerly  Councilor). 

MSMC  life  memberships  were  awarded  to  the  fol- 
lowing physicians  who  have  each  served  the  profession 
for  fifty  years:  David  J Ansfield,  MD;*  Boris  1 Bender, 
MD;*  Hubert  J Farrell,  MD;*  James  J King,  MD;* 
Lois  H Kretchmar,  MD;*  Michael  J Kuhn  Sr,  MD;* 
Anthony  S Kult,  MD;*  Isadore  B Reifenrath,  MD;* 
and  Charles  S Stern,  MD.* 

Life  memberships  in  the  State  Medical  Society  were 
awarded  to  the  following  past  presidents  of  SMS  from 
Milwaukee:  Robert  E Callan,  MD;*  Robert  F Purtell 
Sr,  MD,*  and  Jules  D Levin,  MD.* 

Work  goes  on  to  contain  medical 
costs  in  Brown  County 

Brown  County  Medical  Society  physicians  and  mem- 
bers of  local  industry  and  business  have  been  engaged 
in  talks  in  the  last  several  months  to  slow  the  growth  of 
industrial  medical  costs  for  workers. 

This  liaison  with  business  and  industry  on  the  cost  issue 
grew  out  of  an  SMS  House  of  Delegates  resolution  intro- 
duced by  the  Medical  Society  last  year  which  pointed  out 
29  measures  doctors  could  take  to  help  control  medical 
care  costs. 

According  to  Stephen  Hathaway,  MD,  Green  Bay, 
chairman  of  the  liaison  committee,  the  Medical  Society 
realized  that  a need  existed  for  improved  communication 
between  medicine  and  business. 

“Concern  over  the  cost  and  delivery  of  medical  care  is 
a valid  one,’’  Doctor  Hathaway  says.  “Our  efforts  are 
directed  towards  developing  a program  of  cost-effective, 
high-quality  healthcare  services  for  business  and  industry 
personnel  in  Brown  County.” 

Since  it  has  begun  meeting,  the  committee  has  de- 
veloped two  tools  for  local  physicians:  a “return  to 


work”  form  to  inform  personnel  departments  about  the 
status  of  injured  and  sick  workers,  and  a booklet  telling 
them  who  to  contact  to  learn  about  an  employee’s  job 
description  before  deciding  when  s/he  can  go  back  to 
work. 

For  industry,  a booklet  listing  available  physicians  and 
their  specialties  is  being  prepared. 

Doctor  Hathaway  further  stresses  the  need  for  patient 
education  about  the  cost  of  medical  care. 

“We  have  to  get  across  the  idea  that  there  is  no  free 
lunch,”  he  says.  “People  have  to  recognize  that  it  is  com- 
ing from  someplace.  It  is  going  to  cost  them  other  bene- 
fits or  something  else.” 


KENOSHA:  Kenosha  County  Medical  Society  members 
have  elected  the  following  new  officers  for  1982:  presi- 
dent-elect— Harold  A Bjork,  MD,*  Kenosha;  delegate — 
Douglas  G Devan,  MD,*  Kenosha;  alternate  delegates — 
William  J Jeranek,  MD*  and  Mariano  F deGuzman, 
MD,*  both  of  Kenosha.  The  following  physicians  con- 
tinue in  office:  president — Lee  H Huberty,  MD,* 
Kenosha;  past  president — A James  Bennett,  MD,* 
Kenosha;  secretary — Anoo  P Patel,  MD,*  Kenosha;  dele- 
gates— Clifton  E Peterson,  MD,*  Kenosha,  and  Joyce 
E Yerex,  MD,*  Racine;  and  alternate  delegate — Meredith 
C Clubb,  MD,*  Kenosha. 

WAUKESHA:  A life  membership  in  the  State  Medical 
Society  was  awarded  to  Albert  J Motzel  Jr,  MD,*  Wau- 
kesha, who  will  become  a past  president  when  his  term 
as  president  ends  in  May.  The  Waukesha  Society  also 
granted  exemption  from  future  county  medical  society 
dues  for  Doctor  Motzel  as  a token  of  the  appreciation  of 
the  membership  for  the  valuable  service  he  has  per- 
formed. Future  meetings:  March  3 at  Lohmann’s  Steak 
House  in  Menomonee  Falls,  with  discussion  of  a proposal 
for  a free  clinic  in  Waukesha.  April  7 at  one  of  the 
country  clubs — Merrill  Hills,  Chenequa  or  North  Hills — 
or  the  Steeple  Chase  Inn.  May  5 at  the  Western  Rac- 
quet Club,  with  discussion  of  resolutions  to  be  acted 
upon  at  the  State  Medical  Society  House  of  Delegates 
Annual  Meeting,  May  13-15,  in  Milwaukee.  June  2 at  the 
Golden  Mast,  with  election  of  new  officers.  The  Auxiliary 
also  will  hold  its  annual  auction  at  this  time.  ■ 


WHETHER  TO  INCORPORATE 

County  and  specialty  societies  who  have  ques- 
tions regarding  incorporation,  in  what  category 
they  should  seek  tax  exemption,  and  the  mechanics 
of  doing  either  or  both  of  these  are  encouraged  to 
consult  H B Maroney,  State  Medical  Society 
assistant  secretary  and  corporate  legal  counsel, 
at  SMS  headquarters  in  Madison. 


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Chiro  insurance  bill  defeated  for  third  session  in  a row 


The  Wisconsin  State  Senate  January  28  handed  the 
Wisconsin  Chiropractic  Association  its  third  straight 
defeat  in  as  many  sessions  as  it  voted  23-10  to  defeat 
Senate  Bill  603.  The  bill  proposed  that  all  health  insur- 
ance policies  sold  in  Wisconsin  be  required  to  include 
chiropractic  services  whether  the  potential  insured  de- 
sired the  coverage. 

Voting  without  a word  of  debate,  the  original  motion 
for  passage  was  defeated  when  three  senators — Scott 
McCallum  of  Fond  du  Lac,  Gary  George  of  Milwaukee, 
and  Gerald  Kleczka  of  Milwaukee — quickly  changed  their 
votes  to  support  SMS.  Senator  Kleczka’s  switch  was  ex- 
pected in  order  to  permit  a vote  for  reconsideration. 

Optometry  insurance  bill  advances.  In  another 
vote  taken  January  28,  the  State  Senate  passed  Senate 
Bill  316  on  a 27-6  vote. 

SB  316  requires  coverage  of  optometrists  for  health 
insurance  plans  or  contracts  extending  coverage  for 
vision  care  services. 

Unlike  SB  603  which  mandated  chiropractic  care  in 
insurance  policies,  SB  316  does  not  mandate  vision  care 
which  will  continue  to  be  an  optional  item.  However, 
if  there  is  coverage  for  vision  care  services  or  procedures, 
those  policies  will  no  longer  be  able  to  limit  the  coverage 
to  physicians  only. 

The  bill  prohibits  insurers  from  refusing  to  provide 
coverage  for  vision  care  services  or  procedures  provided 
by  an  optometrist,  within  the  scope  of  optometric  prac- 
tice, if  the  contract  or  plan  includes  coverage  for  the 
same  services  when  provided  by  a physician. 

Senate  Bill  316  is  request  legislation  by  the  Wisconsin 
Optometric  Association.  The  State  Medical  Society  op- 
poses the  bill  because  it  restricts  the  insurance-buying 
public’s  freedom  to  choose  only  the  coverages  they  desire. 
Senators  voting  against  the  bill  were  Donald  Hanaway, 
Rod  Johnston,  Barbara  Lorman,  Paul  Offner,  Fred 
Risser,  and  Jerome  Van  Sistine. 

The  bill  is  now  pending  in  the  State  Assembly. 

Determination  of  death  bill  wins  Assembly 
appeal.  The  State  Assembly  passed  Senate  Bill  327 
in  late  January  relating  to  the  determination  of  death, 
on  a vote  of  91-3. 

In  each  session  since  1977  the  State  Medical  Society 
has  supported  a statutory  recognition  of  brain  death 
which  paralleled  accepted  medical  standards  for  the  de- 
termination of  death. 

SB  327  incorporates  the  model  language  developed  by 
the  AMA  and  American  Bar  Association  into  statutory 
law. 

The  bill  sets  forth  two  criteria  for  determining  death — 
one  based  on  irreversible  cessation  of  circulatory  and 
respiratory  functions,  and  the  other  based  on  irreversi- 
ble cessation  of  all  functions  of  the  entire  brain,  including 


the  brain  stem.  Both  determinations  of  death  must  be 
made  in  accordance  with  accepted  medical  standards. 

Earlier  in  the  session  the  Senate  passed  SB  327  on 
a 27-6  vote.  The  bill  now  awaits  the  Governor’s  sig- 
nature. Once  law,  Wisconsin  will  join  some  28  other 
states  with  similar  statutes.  ■ 

State  claims  $2.8  million  savings 
in  second  opinion  program 

The  Second  Surgical  Opinion  Program  (SSOP)  has 
netted  nearly  $2.8  million  in  total  savings  since  it  began  in 
February  1981,  the  State  Dept  of  Health  and  Social 
Services  (DHSS)  has  claimed  in  a report  on  the  program 
it  gave  to  the  Legislature  January  1 . 

Furthermore,  DHSS  cites  a drop  in  surgery  rates  for 
SSOP  procedures  between  29%  and  54%  depending  on 
the  procedure.  The  Department  attributes  90%  of  this  de- 
crease to  the  “sentinel  effect’’ — the  phenomenon  where- 
by the  existence  of  the  second  opinion  program  in- 
directly affects  physician  behavior  when  they  know  their 
recommendations  for  surgery  will  be  reviewed. 

Under  the  Second  Surgical  Opinion  Program,  Medi- 
caid patients  are  required  to  obtain  a second  opinion  on 
ten  surgical  procedures  as  a condition  for  payment  under 
the  T- 19  program. 

The  State  Medical  Society,  in  written  comments  sent 
to  the  Department,  charged  that  the  savings  claim  was 
a “gross  overestimate”  and  was  unjustified  by  the  re- 
search methodology  and  length  of  time  the  SSOP  has 
been  in  operation. 

SMS  said  independent  reports  from  hospitals  on  the 
number  of  actual  surgeries  being  performed  on  T-19 
patients  show  a much  higher  incidence  of  surgery  than 
reported  by  EDS  Federal  Insurance  as  paid  claims — data 
used  by  the  Department  in  its  report. 

The  Society  also  objected  to  the  use  of  estimates  of 
physician,  hospital,  and  other  costs  rather  than  the  actual 
charges  paid  by  T-19  when  the  latter  are  available. 

Despite  these  perceived  shortcomings,  the  Society 
urged  continuation  of  the  program  to  allow  evaluation 
for  at  least  two  years  from  the  time  surgery  was  first 
proposed  for  SSOP  procedures. 

The  Legislature,  in  enacting  the  Second  Surgical 
Opinion  Law,  mandated  that  DHSS  make  its  first  report 
on  the  effectiveness  of  the  program  to  the  Legislature 
by  January  1,  1982. 

The  Second  Surgical  Opinion  Program  will  terminate 
on  June  30,  1982  unless  the  Legislature  authorizes  its 
continuation.  (Also  see  related  editorial  in  this  is- 
sue. )■ 


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Governmental  Affairs 
reviews  new  legislation 

The  SMS  Commission  on  Governmental  Affairs  re- 
viewed a legislative  proposal  January  13  which  would 
require  physicians  to  inform  their  patients  about  the 
availability  of  all  alternate  and  viable  modes  of  treatment 
and  about  the  risks  and  benefits  of  these  treatments. 

While  the  Commission  formally  took  no  position  on 
the  bill  (AB  941),  it  felt  that  the  legislation  was  unneces- 
sary because  the  issue  is  already  case  law  which  was  re- 
affirmed in  1975  by  the  Wisconsin  Supreme  Court. 

Rep  Betty  Jo  Nelson  (R-Shorewood)  says  she  intro- 
duced the  bill  in  order  to  call  attention  to  the  need  for 
physicians  to  discuss  alternative  treatments  for  breast 
cancer  with  women  who  need  their  help. 

In  other  action  the  Commission: 

• Supported  AB  920  which  revises  the  law  providing 
for  conversion  or  continuation  options  for  persons  who 
terminate  coverage  under  a group  health  insurance 
program. 

• Supported  AB  930  which  would  give  the  Controlled 
Substances  Board  statutory  authority  to  monitor  the  il- 
legal diversion  of  Schedules  II,  III,  IV,  and  V controlled 
substances. 

• Supported  AB  246  which  established  a system  in  the 
Dept  of  Health  and  Social  Services  for  disclosure  of  in- 
formation on  an  adopted  child’s  birth  parents  and  to 
conduct  searches  for  birth  parents  at  the  child’s  request. 
The  bill  specifically  outlines  medical  record  information 
the  birth  parents  are  required  to  file  with  the  court  at 
the  termination  of  parental  rights.  No  information  may 
be  revealed  until  the  child  reaches  age  21,  and  the  birth 
parent(s)  also  agrees  to  be  identified.  ■ 

Psychotherapy  services  under 
T-19  subject  of  SMS  survey 

All  Wisconsin  psychiatrists  are  encouraged  to  respond 
to  a survey  mailed  to  them  in  late  January  by  the  SMS 
Committee  on  Mental  Health  regarding  their  partici- 
pation in  the  Wisconsin  Medical  Assistance  Program. 

The  Society  is  attempting  to  compile  reliable,  state- 
wide data  on  past,  current,  and  future  Medical  As- 
sistance billing  practices  to  share  with  a committee  being 
assembled  by  State  Rep  Dismas  Becker  to  examine 
possible  alternative  reimbursement  plans  for  mental 
health  services. 


The  State  Legislature  recently  announced  several 
changes  concerning  reimbursement  for  delivery  of  mental 
health  services  under  the  Medicaid  Program.  One  of 
the  major  changes  would  require  psychiatrists  to  con- 
tract with  the  51.42  Community  Mental  Health  Board  for 
the  county  in  which  a patient  resides  in  order  to  be  reim- 
bursed for  psychiatric  evaluations,  psychotherapy,  and 
alcohol  and  other  drug  abuse  treatment  under  Medicaid. 

Reimbursement  of  care  for  Medicaid  recipients  ages 
22-65  will  require  the  authorization  of  the  51.42  Board 
for  both  hospitalization  and  the  delivery  of  mental 
health  services. 

The  Society  has  submitted  the  names  of  SMS  Mental 
Health  Committee  Chairman  Pauline  M Jackson,  MD, 
LaCrosse  and  Committee  member  Charles  W Landis, 
MD,  Milwaukee,  to  Representative  Becker  to  serve  as 
SMS  representatives  on  his  committee.  ■ 

Society  urges  passage  of 
smoking  regulation  bill 

At  another  public  hearing  in  January  the  State  Medical 
Society  supported  passage  of  Senate  Bill  80  which 
would  prohibit  smoking  in  certain  public  facilities  and 
would  require  others  to  post  smoking  and  no  smoking 
signs. 

Citing  the  experience  of  a member  of  his  own  family, 
SMS  Secretary  Earl  R Thayer  told  members  of  the  As- 
sembly State  Affairs  Committee  January  19  that  second- 
hand smoke  in  a restaurant  recently  caused  his  grand- 
son to  have  a severe  asthma  attack  and  be  rushed  to 
the  hospital  emergency  room. 

“When  someone  you  love  risks  death  when  exposed 
to  smoke,  you  become  convinced  a sign  is  a small  price 
to  pay  for  protection,’’  Thayer  said. 

The  SMS  Secretary  said  the  bill  would  help  get  the 
message  across  to  the  public  that  smoking  is  not  only  an 
unhealthful  and  costly  practice  but  also  that  it  is  not 
a socially-accepted  practice  in  all  public  settings. 

The  passage  of  SB  80  would  serve  to  make  smokers 
themselves  more  aware  of  the  consequences  of  their  habit 
while  at  the  same  time  protecting  the  health  and  personal 
rights  of  nonsmokers. 

Senate  Bill  80,  which  has  already  passed  the  Senate, 
is  now  pending  in  the  Assembly  State  Affairs  Com- 
mittee. ■ 


1982  SMS  Annual  Meeting:  May  1 3-1 5 
Milwaukee— MECCA  and  Hyatt  Regency 


‘GUIDELINES  FOR  DETERMINATION  OF  DEATH’  PUBLISHED.  “Guidelines  for  the  De- 
termination of  Death,’’  part  of  a report  from  the  President’s  Commission  for  the  Study  of 
Ethical  Problems  in  Medicine  and  Biomedical  and  Behavioral  Research,  has  been  published 
in  the  Journal  of  the  American  Medical  Association  (Nov.  13,  1981).  The  document  is  a sum- 
mary of  currently  accepted  medical  practices  for  the  determination  of  death,  both  cardiorespira- 
tory and  neurological  (brain  death).  The  criteria  take  into  consideration  new  technologies  in  the 
laboratory  confirmation  of  the  diagnosis  of  death,  and  are  the  first  update  of  standards  for  brain 
death  since  1968.  ■ 


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HEALTHCARE/SOCIOECONOMICS  continued 


Panel  revision  bill  goes 
to  public  hearing 

Passage  of  a bill  making  a number  of  revisions  in 
the  Patients  Compensation  Panels  system  will  result  in 
a “more  efficient  and  effective  resolution  of  medical  lia- 
bility disputes,’’  William  L Treacy,  MD,  Milwaukee,  told 
members  of  the  Senate  Judiciary  Consumer  Affairs 
Committee  January  21.  Doctor  Treacy,  a member  of  the 
SMS  Medical  Liability  Committee  and  Board  of  Di- 
rectors, testified  on  behalf  of  SMS  at  a public  hearing 
on  AB  537. 

Developed  by  an  Ad  Hoc  Committee  on  Patients 
Compensation  Panels  consisting  of  representatives  from 
the  Medical  Society,  hospital  association,  and  legal  pro- 
fession, the  bill  will  empower  the  panel  director  to  refer 
to  the  Medical  Examining  Board  physicians  who  refuse 
to  serve  on  a panel  without  good  cause. 

Other  provisions  of  the  measure  include:  creating  more 
formal  panels  throughout  the  State  to  reduce  the  back- 
log of  cases  and  allow  for  timely  resolution  of  disputes; 
promoting  greater  use  of  the  informal  panels  by  raising 
the  dollar  threshold  for  informal  panels  from  $10,000 
to  $25,000;  establishing  a “striking”  system  which  allows 
parties  in  a panel  action  to  request  replacement  of  pros- 
pective panel  members,  and  increasing  the  compensation 
paid  to  panel  members  from  $75  to  $125.  ■ 


Pharmacy  Board  backs  off 
from  MD  dispensing  proposal 

The  Pharmacy  Examining  Board  has  decided  to  drop 
its  plans  to  license  and  otherwise  regulate  dispensing 
physicians.  In  late  January  the  Board  agreed  to  support 
a substitute  amendment  to  Senate  Bill  437  drafted  by 
State  Senator  Gary  Goyke  (D-Oshkosh)  which  deletes 
several  provisions  that  were  opposed  by  the  State  Medical 
Society. 

The  substitute  amendment  deletes  a provision  allow- 
ing physicians  to  only  dispense  medications,  not  prepare 
and  compound  as  they  currently  are  allowed  to  do  by  law. 
The  new  proposal  will  also  attempt  to  equalize  fines 
for  pharmacists  and  physicians  who  violate  labeling  and 
recordkeeping  laws. 

The  original  bill  would  have  required  physicians  to 
maintain  a medication  profile  record  system  for  each 
patient.  The  SMS  Governmental  Affairs  Commission 
had  maintained  that  the  patient’s  medical  record  would 
serve  this  purpose  in  lieu  of  a profile  system.  Senator 
Goyke  has  incorporated  this  recommendation  in  his 
substitute  amendment. 

It  is  expected  that  SB  437  will  be  reported  out  of  the 
Senate  Human  Services  Committee  within  the  next 
few  weeks.  ■ 


THE  ARMY  NEEDS 
PHYSICIANS 
PART-TIME. 

The  Army  Reserve  offers  you  an  excellent 
opportunity  to  serve  your  country  as  a physician  and 
a commissioned  officer  in  the  Army  Reserve  Medical 
Corps.  Your  time  commitment  is  flexible,  so  it  can  fit 
into  your  busy  schedule.  You  will  work  on  medical 
projects  right  in  your  community.  In  return,  you  will 
complement  your  career  by  working  and  consulting 
with  top  physicians  during  monthly  Reserve  meetings 
and  medical  conferences.  You  will  enjoy  the  benefits 
of  officer  status,  including  a non-contributory  retirement 
annuity  when  you  retire  from  the  Army  Reserve, 
as  well  as  funded  continuing  medical  education  pro- 
grams. A small  investment  of  your  time  is  all  it  takes 
to  make  a valuable  medical  contribution  to  your  com- 
munity' and  country.  For  more  information,  simply 
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Advisory  commitee  for  post- 
moratorium plan  in  place 

A 15-member  “blue  ribbon”,  committee  to  advise  the 
Legislature  in  developing  a plan  for  post-moratorium 
regulation  of  hospital  and  nursing  home  construction 
was  announced  January  28  by  the  Department  of  Health 
and  Social  Services  Secretary  Donald  Percy. 

Members  appointed  to  the  committee  are:  Earl  R 
Thayer,  SMS  Secretary;  Sen  Paul  Offner  (D-LaCrosse); 
Rep  John  Robinson  (D-Wausau);  Warren  von  Ehren, 
Wisconsin  Hospital  Association;  Roger  Baird,  State 
Health  Policy  Council;  Sheldon  Goldberg,  Wisconsin 
Association  of  Homes  for  the  Aging;  Gordon  Gronert, 
State  Dept  of  Administration;  I A Zyduck,  Wisconsin 
Physicians  Service;  James  Bouman,  Consumers  United; 
Thomas  G Dehn,  MD,  Foundation  for  Medical  Care 
Evaluation  of  Southeastern  Wisconsin;  Paul  Fleer, 
Health  Planning  Council,  Inc;  Thomas  G Girard,  Blue 
Cross  and  Blue  Shield  United  of  Wisconsin;  Gordon  J 
Decker,  Allis  Chalmers;  John  W Schmitt,  AFL-CIO; 
Louise  G Trubek,  Center  for  Public  Representation. 

In  1981  the  Legislature  imposed  a moratorium  on 
major  hospital  and  nursing  home  construction  which 
will  end  in  mid-1983.  DHSS  is  required  to  present  its 
post-moratorium  planning  system  to  the  Legislature  by 
February  1983.  ■ 


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Physician  Briefs 

^ ' Physician  members  of  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin 


George  L Lucas,  MD,*  Madison,  recently  took  office 
as  president  of  the  American  Association  for  Hand 
Surgery.  His  term  expires  in  October  1982.  George  J 
Korkos,  MD,*  Milwaukee,  is  a member  of  the  Board  of 
Directors  and  his  term  expires  in  1983.  The  Twelfth 
Annual  Meeting  of  the  Association  will  be  held  October 
7-10,  1982  at  the  Hyatt  Regency  Hotel  on  Kaanapali 
Beach,  Maui,  Hawaiian  Islands. 

Paul  H Steingraeber,  MD,*  LaCrosse,  recently  was 
certified  by  the  American  Board  of  Obstetrics  and  Gy- 
necology. Doctor  Steingraeber  is  a member  of  the  De- 
partment of  Obstetrics  and  Gynecology  of  the  Skemp- 
Grandview-LaCrosse  Clinic. 

Kok-Peng  Yu,  MD,*  Madison,  recently  joined  the  De- 
partment of  Pediatrics  of  the  Jackson  Clinic,  Madison. 
Doctor  Yu  graduated  from  the  State  University  of  New 
York  Medical  Center,  Syracuse,  and  completed  his  in- 
ternship and  residency  at  the  University  of  Wisconsin 
in  Madison. 

Rudolph  C Hecht,  MD,*  Madison,  associate  profes- 
sor of  Family  Medicine  at  the  University  of  Wisconsin, 
recently  was  a visiting  professor  at  the  two  medical 
schools  in  Cordoba,  Argentina.  While  there  he  also 
served  as  consultant  to  a number  of  provincial  teaching 
hospitals,  specialty  societies,  councils,  colleges,  and  fed- 
erations who  are  interested  in  establishing  training  and 
recognition  of  family  practice  as  a specialty. 

Jacqueline  J Wertsch,  MD,*  Wauwatosa,  recently 
was  appointed  as  an  assistant  professor  of  physical 
medicine  and  rehabilitation  at  the  Medical  College  of 
Wisconsin,  Milwaukee.  Doctor  Wertsch  graduated 
from  the  Medical  College  of  Pennsylvania  and  com- 
pleted a fellowship  in  physical  medicine  and  rehabilitation 
at  MCW  affiliated  hospitals.  She  also  served  a residency 
at  Northwestern  University  Medical  Center. 

Alan  A Wartenberg,  MD,*  Milwaukee,  recently  was 
appointed  as  an  assistant  professor  of  medicine  at  the 
Medical  College  of  Wisconsin,  Milwaukee.  Doctor  War- 
tenberg graduated  from  the  Medical  College  of  Wis- 
consin, Milwaukee,  and  completed  his  residency  at  MCW 
affiliated  hospitals.  He  was  assistant  medical  director 
at  DePaul  Rehabilitation  Hospital  and  has  done  research 
on  alcoholism  and  drug  abuse. 

Andrew  J Taylor,  MD,  Wauwatosa,  recently  was  ap- 
pointed as  assistant  professor  of  radiology  at  the  Medical 
College  of  Wisconsin,  Milwaukee.  Doctor  Taylor  grad- 
uated from  Northwestern  University  Medical  School  and 
served  his  residency  training  at  MCW  affiliated  hospitals. 
He  is  based  at  the  Milwaukee  County  Medical  Complex. 

Paul  M Grossberg,  MD,  Madison,  has  joined  the 
medical  staff  at  the  DeForest  Medical  Clinic  in  the  De- 
partment of  Pediatrics.  Doctor  Grossberg  graduated 

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from  the  State  University  of  New  York  Medical  School 
and  completed  his  residency  at  the  University  of  Wis- 
consin, Madison.  Prior  to  joining  the  Clinic,  Doctor 
Grossberg  was  the  medical  director  at  the  Student  Health 
Center  at  the  University  of  Wisconsin,  Platteville.  He 
also  maintains  a faculty  position  as  an  assistant  profes- 
sor of  pediatrics  at  the  University  of  Wisconsin  Hospital 
& Clinics,  Madison. 

James  Logan,  MD,  Mauston,  recently  joined  the 
medical  staff  of  Mile  Bluff  Medical  Center.  Doctor 
Logan  graduated  from  Southwestern  Medical  School, 
Dallas,  Tex,  and  served  a residency  in  pediatrics  at 
Norton  Children’s  Hospital  in  Louisville,  Ky.  He  also 
spent  two  years  in  family  practice  residency  at  the  Re- 
gional Medical  Center  in  Madisonville,  Ky. 

Thomas  L Zurbriggen,  MD,  LaCrosse,  has  joined  the 
medical  staff  of  the  Gundersen  Clinic  in  LaCrosse. 
Doctor  Zurbriggen  graduated  from  the  University  of 
Iowa  School  of  Medicine  and  completed  his  intern- 
ship and  residency  in  internal  medicine  at  the  Clinic. 

Walter  R Schwartz,  MD,*  Wauwatosa,  has  been  elected 
vice  chairman  of  the  Wisconsin  section  of  the  American 
College  of  Obstetricians  and  Gynecologists.  He  will  serve 
for  three  years.  Doctor  Schwartz  is  a graduate  of  the 
University  of  Wisconsin  Medical  School,  Madison,  and 
served  his  residency  at  the  Milwaukee  County  Medical 
Complex.  He  is  associate  clinical  professor  in  the  de- 
partment of  gynecology  and  obstetrics  at  the  Medical 
College  of  Wisconsin,  Milwaukee. 

Jerome  S Mayersak,  MD,*  Merrill,  recently  was  in- 
ducted as  a fellow  of  the  International  College  of  Sur- 
geons. Doctor  Mayersak  is  the  consulting  urologist  at 
several  hospitals  in  northern  Wisconsin,  including  the 
Flambeau  Medical  Center,  Park  Falls;  Sacred  Heart, 
Tomahawk;  Taylor  County  Memorial  Hospital,  Medford; 
and  the  Langlade  County  Memorial  Hospital  in  Antigo. 
He  also  is  a member  of  the  medical  staff  of  the  Holy 
Cross  Hospital  in  Merrill.  Doctor  Mayersak  is  a grad- 
uate of  the  George  Washington  University  School  of 
Medicine  in  Washington,  DC. 

Dennis  G Greer,  MD,*  Wautoma,  recently  became  as- 
sociated with  the  medical  staff  of  the  Marshfield  Clinic 
and  its  Wautoma  Center  facility.  Doctor  Greer  graduated 
from  the  University  of  Missouri  Medical  School,  Kansas 
City,  and  completed  his  family  practice  residency  at  the 
Oklahoma  University  Health  Sciences  Center,  Oklahoma 
City,  and  at  Tulsa  Medical  College. 

Frank  Gutmann,  MD,  River  Hills,  recently  received  a 
1981  Outstanding  Physician  Award  at  the  Heart  Asso- 
ciation of  Wisconsin’s  annual  meeting.  Doctor  Gutmann 
earned  the  award  for  his  contributions  to  the  cause  of  the 
Health  Association  through  medical  practice  and  public 
education. 

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PHYSICIAN  BRIEFS  continued 


William  J Carlson,  MD,  Appleton,  is  the  new  family 
practitioner  at  the  Medical  Arts  Clinic  in  Brillion.  Doctor 
Carlson  graduated  from  the  University  of  Wisconsin 
Medical  School,  Madison,  and  completed  his  family 
practice  residency  at  the  University  of  Minnesota  in  St 
Paul.  Prior  to  moving  to  Appleton,  Doctor  Carlson  had 
lived  in  Shawano  where  he  was  the  emergency  room 
physician. 

J Garry  Sack,  MD,*  Wausau,  recently  was  named  a 
fellow  in  the  International  College  of  Surgeons.  He  is 
a graduate  of  the  University  of  Missouri-Columbia 
Medical  School,  and  served  his  internship  and  residency 
at  the  University  of  Wisconsin  Hospital  & Clinics  in 
Madison. 

Ben  R Lawton,  MD,*  Marshfield,  recently  was  named 
to  the  Governing  Council  of  the  Institute  of  Medicine. 
Doctor  Lawton  has  been  a member  of  the  Institute 
since  1977  and  his  three-year  term  began  in  January. 
He  had  served  as  president  of  the  Marshfield  Clinic 
for  eight  years;  is  a member  of  the  Clinic’s  Executive 
Committee  of  the  Board  of  Directors;  and  is  vice  presi- 
dent of  the  University  of  Wisconsin  Board  of  Regents. 

Charles  Thurston,  MD,  Iola,  recently  opened  his 
medical  practice  in  Iola.  He  graduated  from  the  Medical 
College  of  Ohio,  Toledo,  and  served  his  residency  at 
Riverside  Hospital  in  Toledo.  Doctor  Thurston  was  in 
clinical  practice  in  Marfa,  Tex,  and  also  served  in 
emergency  rooms  in  rural  southwestern  Texas. 

Lee  R Feierabend,  MD,  Marshfield,  has  joined  the 
medical  staff  of  the  Marshfield  Clinic  in  the  Department 
of  Surgery,  Section  of  Plastic  Surgery.  Doctor  Feiera- 
bend graduated  from  the  Baylor  College  of  Medicine, 
Houston,  Tex,  and  completed  his  residency  at  the  Baylor 
Affiliated  Hospitals  in  Houston.  Prior  to  locating  in 
Marshfield,  Doctor  Feierabend  was  engaged  in  private 
practice  with  the  MacGregor  Clinic  in  Houston. 

Dennis  G Greer,  MD,  Wautoma,  recently  joined  the 
medical  staff  of  the  Marshfield  Clinic  and  its  Wautoma 
Center  facility.  Doctor  Greer  graduated  from  the  Uni- 
versity of  Missouri  Medical  School,  Kansas  City,  and 
completed  his  residency  in  family  practice  at  the  Okla- 
homa University  Health  Science  Campus,  Oklahoma 
City,  and  at  Tulsa  Medical  College.  Prior  to  moving  to 
Wautoma,  he  was  in  private  and  emergency  room  medical 
practices  in  Broken  Arrow  and  Collinsville,  Okla. 

Carol  Pierce,  MD  and  John  F Myers,  MD,  recently 
became  associated  with  the  Antigo  Medical  Center. 
Doctor  Pierce  graduated  from  Southwestern  Medical 
School,  Dallas,  and  served  an  internship  at  University  of 
Vermont  College  of  Medicine  and  Medical  Center  Hos- 
pital. For  the  past  three  years  Doctor  Pierce  has  been  at 
the  Louisiana  State  University  Medical  Center,  Shreve- 
port, La.  Doctor  Myers  graduated  from  the  Medical 
College  of  Wisconsin,  Milwaukee.  His  residency  in  in- 
ternal medicine  was  completed  at  the  University  of  Mis- 
souri in  Columbia.  ■ 

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AMA  Physician’s  Recognition  Award  Recipients 

Listed  below  are  those  physicians  in  Wisconsin  who  have  earned  the  AMA  Physician’s  Recognition  Award  in  recent 
months.  The  award  was  established  in  1969  “to  recognize,  encourage  and  support  physicians  who  participate  regularly 
in  continuing  medical  education  and  to  emphasize  the  importance  of  developing  more  meaningful  continuing  medical 
education  opportunities  for  physicians.”  A minimum  of  150  credit  hours  of  CME  must  be  earned  over  a three-year 
period  to  qualify  for  the  award.  The  hours  may  include  such  activities  as  conferences,  residencies,  teaching,  writing, 
private  reading,  listening  to  cassettes,  home  study  courses,  consultation,  and  peer  review;  at  least  60  of  the  hours, 
however,  must  be  from  formal  CME  programs  sponsored  or  cosponsored  by  organizations  accredited  for  these  ac- 
tivities. The  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin  congratulates  the  following  physicians  who  have  distinguished  them- 
selves and  their  profession  by  their  commitment  to  continuing  education: 


NOVEMBER  1981 

’Abdallah,  Wadie  A,  Cudahy 
♦Arvold,  David  S,  Shawano 
’Bachhuber,  Gregory  J,  Wausau 
*Baier,  Armin  R,  Wauwatosa 
’Bartl,  George  R,  Waukesha 
’Bernas,  Alex,  Milwaukee 
’Blank,  Roy  C,  Manitowoc 
’Bliwas,  Crain  H,  Milwaukee 
Bowers,  Timothy  L,  Oshkosh 
’Brister,  G H,  Wausau 
’Buck,  Charles  E,  Green  Bay 
’Caffrey,  James  P,  Green  Bay 
’Campbell,  Craig  W,  Columbus 
♦Caskey,  Harry  S,  Clintonville 
’Chessin,  Henry,  Appleton 
’Clasen,  Richard  W,  Wisconsin  Rapids 
’Cook,  Steven,  Chippewa  Falls 
’Criswell,  David  K,  Beloit 
Damos,  James  R,  Reedsburg 
’Dernbach,  William  K,  Wausau 
’Derus,  Gerald  J,  Madison 
Edwalds,  Robert  M,  LaCrosse 
’Evans,  Michael  R,  River  Falls 
Fisher,  Robert  L,  LaCrosse 
’Fogleman,  James  D,  Waukesha 
’Frazin,  Lawrence  J,  Milwaukee 
’Fulks,  Michael  W,  Eau  Claire 
’Garland,  Thomas  P,  Milwaukee 
’Gerndt,  Harold  L,  Manitowoc 
Gleysteen,  John  J,  Milwaukee 
’Goldstein,  Paul  H,  Milwaukee 
’Goswitz,  John  T,  Manitowoc 
Graziano,  Franklin  M,  Madison 
’Hardie,  Gordon  H,  Neenah 
’Hathway,  Stephen  D,  Green  Bay 
*Haug,  Stephen  L,  LaCrosse 
’Hillan,  Donald  D,  Waukesha 
’Hofmeister,  Frederick  J,  Milwaukee 
’Jacobs,  Paul  A,  Milwaukee 
’Jacobson,  Lewis  L,  Eagle  River 
’Janssen,  Martin  L,  Friendship 
’Jeffrey,  James  S,  Kaukauna 
’Johnson,  Paul  S,  Racine 
’Johnson,  Samuel  B,  Green  Bay 
’Junkerman,  Charles  L,  Milwaukee 
’Kalush,  Samuel  L,  Milwaukee 
’Kanemoto,  Henry  H,  Wausau 
’Kanin,  Harry  J,  Milwaukee 
’Katzoff,  Michael  N,  Milwaukee 
Kaufman,  Stuart  D,  Eau  Claire 
’Kjentvet,  Roger  A,  Wild  Rose 
’Kuglitsch,  John  F,  Fond  du  Lac 


•Members  of  the  State  Medical  Society 
of  Wisconsin 


’Laserna,  Ramon  V,  Montello 
’Malloy,  Thomas  G,  Milwaukee 
’March,  Jack  F,  Algoma 
’Marksan,  Leonard  S,  Milwaukee 
’Martinez,  Francisco  J,  Hales  Corners 
’Me  Avoy,  Paul  B,  Neenah 
’Mendeloff,  Gale  L,  Milwaukee 
’Nellen,  James  R,  Greendale 
’Nelson,  Leo  K,  St  Croix  Falls 
Nevels,  Zebedee  J,  Milwaukee 
’Peters,  Earl,  De  Pere 
’Peterson,  Stanley  E,  Stoughton 
’Pinegar,  Kenneth  G,  Marinette 
’Pomainville,  Leland  O, 

Wisconsin  Rapids 
’Price,  Daniel  J,  Milwaukee 
’Qureshi,  Mehboob  M,  Monroe 
’Raettig,  James  A,  Monroe 
’Ravelo,  Henry  V,  Milwaukee 
•Rosenbrook,  Gordon  H,  Bloomer 
’Ruggaber,  Garren  C,  Brookfield 
’Sager,  Mark  A,  Manitowoc 
’Sarnecki,  J C,  Neenah 
♦Shealy,  C Norman,  LaCrosse 
’Siegel,  Morris,  Kenosha 
’Skupniewicz,  Raymond  E,  Racine 
’Smith,  Franklin  A,  Appleton 
’Steiner,  John  H,  Waupaca 
Stenburg,  Walter  P,  Milwaukee 
’Stevens,  Michael  L,  Marshfield 
’Strimling,  Arnold  M,  Franksville 
’Taber,  Alan,  Berlin 
’Tauke,  Ralph  E,  Tigerton 
’Teplin,  Ervin,  Milwaukee 
’Trepanier,  Gay  D,  Fond  du  Lac 
’Vande  Loo,  Francis  B,  De  Pere 
♦Viernes,  Patricio,  Wauwatosa 
’Weissler,  Joseph  B,  Appleton 
’Wilson,  Louis  J,  Eau  Claire 
’Witteman,  George  J,  Wausau 
Zundag,  T D,  Eau  Claire 

DECEMBER  1981 

’Ansaldo,  Oscar  P,  King 
’Barrette,  Antoine,  Peshtigo 
Basich,  John  E,  Hales  Corners 
Brinton,  Gregory  S,  Milwaukee 
’Brooks,  Jerome  C,  Racine 
’Brown,  Jack  D,  Sparta 
’Calado,  BrigidoC,  Watertown 
’Chamoy,  Lewis,  Milwaukee 
♦Cline,  Ross  L,  Monroe 
’Cronin,  Robert  P,  Milwaukee 
Davenport,  Gordon,  Madison 
’Dedmon,  Robert  E,  Neenah 
’Elias,  Sharon  L,  Milwaukee 


’End,  Jack  A,  Milwaukee 
’Fenlon,  Charles  E,  Appleton 
’Flannery,  John  V,  Wausau 
’Forkner,  William  R,  Kohler 
’Han,  Paul  Z,  Wausau 
’Harvey,  Richard  F,  Madison 
’Hoehne,  Kurt  A,  Oshkosh 
’Hogan,  John  P,  Milwaukee 
’Ives,  Donald  G,  Milwaukee 
’Jachowicz,  Robert  B,  Hales  Corners 
’Kempton,  Leo  V,  La  Crosse 
’Khanna,  Trilok  S,  Janesville 
’Kirchner,  John  P,  Marshfield 
’Klein,  Ronald,  Madison 
’Kochar,  Mahendra  S,  Wood 
Kolesari,  Gary  L,  New  Berlin 
’Langheim,  Werner,  Madison 
’Lehman,  Roger  H,  Wood 
’Lipoff,  Jay  I,  Milwaukee 
’Lorenz,  Albert  A,  Eau  Claire 
Mauthe,  Howard,  Fond  du  Lac 
’Mayhew,  Duane  G,  Milwaukee 
*Mc  Beath,  Andrew  A,  Madison 
’Morgan,  Claud  E,  Nashotah 
’Nelson,  Eugene  J,  Sun  Prairie 
’Patel,  Malti  M,  Waukesha 
’Peterson,  Douglas  B,  Marshfield 
’Pinkus,  Walter  H,  Racine 
’Polacek,,  Michael  A,  Milwaukee 
’Price,  David  L,  Appleton 
’Raduege,  William  E,  Woodruff 
’Rawlins,  Steven  J,  Beaver  Dam 
’Resan,  Thomas  K,  Woodruff 
’Roberts,  Cameron  F,  La  Crosse 
’Samadani,  Ayaz  M,  Beaver  Dam 
’Schleper,  Albin  J,  Racine 
’Schmidt,  Lou  R,  Sparta 
’Schmitz,  Robert  C,  Madison 
’Schwarz,  Robert  L,  Menomonee  Falls 
’Scudamore,  Harold  H,  Monroe 
♦Shah,  Asghar  A,  Sheboygan 
Shetty,  K Rajmohan,  Wood 
’Siegel,  Lawrence  K,  Waukesha 
’Spear,  Jack,  Richland  Center 
’Steingraeber,  Paul  H,  La  Crosse 
Stengel,  Bruce  F,  Wood 
’Stram,  Thomas  W,  Marshfield 
’Swanson,  John  D,  Neenah 
’Taylor,  Neal,  La  Crosse 
Tempelis,  Laurence  D,  Wauwatosa 
’Treffert,  Darold  A,  Fond  du  Lac 
’Utrie,  John  W,  Green  Bay 
’Wartenberg,  Alan  A,  Wauwatosa 
♦Whaley,  Ralph  C,  Barron 
’Wynn,  Sidney  K,  Milwaukee 
’Young,  William  W,  St  Croix  Falls 
’Zarwell,  David  H,  Milwaukee® 


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' Physician  members  of  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin 


Kenosha  Memorial  Hospital  medical  staff  has  elected 
Stanley  S Rosen,  MD*  as  its  new  president.  Doctor  Rosen 
succeeds  Winston  I Corzine,  MD.  Other  officers  elected 
were  MDs  Roger  T Pecanowski,*  vice-president  and 
Suresh  R Naik,*  secretary.  Named  as  at-large  members 
of  the  staff  executive  committee  were  MDs  Louis  Ols- 
man,*  Nesim  Halfon,*  and  Walid  Burhani.*  Chairman 
of  the  Department  of  Surgery  is  Meredith  C Clubb,  MD* 
and  Ernesto  E Buencamino,  MD*  is  chairman  of  the 
Department  of  Medicine.  David  W Davis,  MD*  was 
reelected  chairman  of  the  Department  of  Pediatrics. 

Community  Memorial  Hospital,  Menomonee  Falls, 
recently  announced  that  Douglas  O Clark,  MD,*  Brook- 
Field,  has  taken  office  as  president  of  the  medical  staff. 
Doctor  Clark  has  served  on  the  medical  staff  since  1971. 
He  is  an  assistant  clinical  professor  in  the  Department  of 
Obstetrics  and  Gynecology  at  the  Medical  College  of  Wis- 
consin, Milwaukee,  and  a lecturer  for  the  Nurse  Prac- 
titioner Program  of  Planned  Parenthood  of  Wisconsin. 

Wausau  Medical  Center,  at  its  annual  meeting,  elected 
William  K Dernbach,  MD,*  as  its  new  president.  Doctor 
Dernbach  succeeds  David  K Aughenbaugh,  MD.*  A 
member  of  the  Department  of  Internal  Medicine  since 
1976,  Doctor  Dernbach  has  served  as  vice-president  of 
the  Center  and  has  been  a member  of  the  center’s  execu- 
tive committee.  Other  officers  elected  were  MDs  Edgar 
B Koschmann,*  vice-president,  and  Richard  C O’Con- 
nor, MD,*  secretary-treasurer. 

St  Nichols  Hospital,  Sheboygan,  has  announced  its 
new  president  of  the  medical  staff.  Otto  K Stewart, 
MD,*  Sheboygan,  succeeds  Burnell  F Eckardt,  MD,*  for 
the  year  1981-82.  Other  officers  elected  were  Paul  M 
Fleming,  MD,*  vice-president,  and  James  B Kuplic, 
MD,*  secretary-treasurer.  Doctor  Stewart  graduated 
from  Georgetown  University  School  of  Medicine,  Wash- 
ington, DC,  and  completed  his  residency  at  Duke  Uni- 
versity in  Durham,  NC.  He  completed  a tour  of  duty 
in  the  United  States  Army  and  has  practiced  medicine 
in  Sheboygan  for  the  past  20  years.  He  served  as  presi- 
dent of  the  Piedmont  Orthopedic  Society  in  1981. 

American  College  of  Physicians,  Philadelphia,  has 
announced  the  election  of  two  new  Fellows  from  Wis- 
consin. The  Physicians  will  be  formally  inducted  at  the 
College’s  Annual  Session  in  Philadelphia,  April  19-22, 
1982.  They  are  Steven  R Gambert,  MD,*  Bayside,  and 
Patrick  T Regan,  MD*  from  Milwaukee. 

American  Academy  of  Dermatology  recently  awarded 
Howard  M Temin,  PhD,  Madison,  the  1981  Lila  Gruber 
Memorial  Cancer  Research  Award.  Doctor  Temin,  pro- 
fessor of  oncology  at  the  University  of  Wisconsin  Medi- 
cal School’s  McArdle  Laboratory  for  Cancer  Research 
in  Madison,  was  the  sole  recipient  of  this  year’s  award; 
in  the  past,  it  has  usually  been  shared  by  two  scientists. 


He  accepted  the  award  at  the  annual  conference  of  the 
Academy  in  San  Francisco  where  he  presented  a lecture 
on  “RNA  Tumor  Viruses  as  Natural  Genetic  Engineers.” 
Doctor  Temin  was  a co-winner  of  the  Nobel  Prize  for 
Medicine  in  1975.  ■ 


Medical 

Assistants 


PROFESSIONAL  DEVELOPMENT 
AND  ADVANCEMENT  SEMINAR 

Sheraton  Inn,  Madison 
Saturday,  March  13, 1982 

The  American  Association  of  Medical  Assistants, 
Inc,  Wisconsin  Society,  will  sponsor  a Professional 
Development  and  Advancement  Seminar  at  the 
Sheraton  Inn,  Madison,  on  Saturday,  March  13, 
1982. 

The  morning  session  will  be  held  from  8:30  am 
until  12  noon,  and  the  instructor  will  be  W Pharis 
Horton,  Attorney.  His  subject  will  be  ‘‘Law  and  the 
Medical  Assistant.”  Attorney  Horton  is  a graduate 
of  Dartmouth  College  and  Georgetown  University 
Law  Center.  He  has  practiced  law  in  Madison  since 
1963.  The  afternoon  session  will  be  held  from  1:00 
pm  until  3:00  pm  and  the  speaker  will  be  Dolores 
Niles.  Her  subject  is  entitled  ‘‘Women’s  Rights  as 
Patients  and  Employees.”  Ms  Niles  has  received 
her  BS  and  MS  in  Social  Work  from  the  Univer- 
sity of  Wisconsin,  Madison,  and  has  done  graduate 
field  work  at  the  Mendota  State  Hospital  and  the 
Wisconsin  School  for  Girls,  and  Rutgers  Summer 
School  of  Alcohol  Studies  in  New  Brunswick,  New 
Jersey. 

For  further  information  on  the  March  Seminar, 
please  contact  Carol  Prahl,  1019  W Roberts  Ave, 
Appleton,  Wis  5491 1 . 

Isabelle  W Comande 

Public  Relations  Chairman 
AAMAI,  Wisconsin  Society 
815  Kingston  Ave 
Racine  Wis  53402H 


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Obituari% 


Alfred  J Klein,  MD,  70,  Eau  Claire,  died  Jan  19,  1981 
in  Eau  Claire.  Born  Oct  2,  1910  in  Chicago,  111,  Doctor 
Klein  graduated  from  the  University  of  Illinois  Medical 
School  and  served  his  internship  and  residency  at  St 
Luke’s  Hospital  in  Chicago.  He  was  appointed  assistant 
professor  at  the  University  of  Chicago  Department  of 
Medicine  in  1939,  served  as  a lieutenant  colonel  in  the 
United  States  Medical  Corps  during  World  War  II,  and 
served  on  the  medical  staff  of  Luther  and  Sacred  Heart 
hospitals  in  Eau  Claire.  He  was  a member  of  the  Eau 
Claire-Dunn-Pepin  County  Medical  Society,  the  State 
Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin,  and  the  American  Medi- 
cal Association.  Surviving  are  his  widow,  Geraldine;  two 
daughters,  Susan  Ackley,  Minneapolis,  Minn,  and  Mary 
Klein,  Washington,  DC. 

Martha  Rosin,  MD,  77,  Sturgeon  Bay,  died  Aug  24,  1981 
in  Sturgeon  Bay.  Born  Dec  30,  1903  in  Northeim,  Ger- 
many, Doctor  Rosin  graduated  from  Albert  Ludwig  Uni- 
versity in  1930,  and  served  her  residency  in  Hamburg, 
Germany.  Doctor  Rosin  practiced  medicine  in  the  Chi- 
cago area  for  30  years  before  moving  to  Sturgeon  Bay 
in  1972.  She  was  a member  of  the  “50  Year  Club”  of 
the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin.  She  also  was  a 
member  of  Door-Kewaunee  Medical  Society  and  the 
American  Medical  Association.  Surviving  is  one  sister, 
Frieda  Rosin  of  Sturgeon  Bay. 

Albert  T Hume,  MD,  76,  Temple,  Tex,  died  Oct  25,  1981 
in  Temple.  Born  Nov  30,  1904  in  Urbana,  111,  Doctor 
Hume  graduated  from  Washington  University  School  of 
Medicine.  Doctor  Hume  practiced  medicine  in  the  Chetek 
area  during  the  late  1930s.  Surviving  is  his  widow,  Theo 
Welch  Hume  of  Temple,  Tex. 

Arthur  E McMahon,  MD,  86,  former  Menomonie  resi- 
dent, died  Oct  25,  1981  in  Mason  City,  Iowa.  Born  June 
5,  1895  in  Green  Bay,  Doctor  McMahon  graduated  from 
the  University  of  Iowa  College  of  Medicine  in  1924  and 
served  his  internship  at  Denver  General  Hospital,  Denver, 
Colo.  Doctor  McMahon  was  a member  of  the  Menomonie 
Clinic  until  his  retirement  in  1977.  He  was  a member  of 
the  “50  Year  Club”  of  the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wis- 
consin, a member  of  the  Pierce-St  Croix  County  Medical 
Society,  and  the  American  Medical  Association.  Sur- 
viving are  one  son,  Dr  Arthur  McMahon,  Mason  City, 
Iowa;  and  two  daughters,  Helen  Teeple,  Guthrie  Center, 
Iowa,  and  Martha  Butler,  Minneapolis,  Minn. 

James  R Fant,  MD,  65,  Whitefish  Bay,  died  Nov  11, 
1981  in  Whitefish  Bay.  Born  June  24,  1916  in  Indian- 
apolis, Ind,  Doctor  Fant  graduated  from  Indiana  Uni- 
versity School  of  Medicine  in  1940.  His  internship  was 
served  at  Indiana  University  Hospitals,  and  his  residency 
was  completed  at  Cook  County  Hospital,  Chicago,  111. 
Doctor  Fant  served  in  the  United  States  Army  Medical 
Corps  from  1943-1946.  Surviving  are  his  widow, 
Dorothy;  one  son,  James,  and  three  daughters,  Sally, 
Peggy,  and  Sheree. 


Kenneth  P Schroeder,  MD,  49,  Oconomowoc,  died 
Nov  13,  1981  in  Oconomowoc.  Born  Jan  12,  1932  in 
Milwaukee,  Doctor  Schroeder  graduated  from  Marquette 
University  School  of  Medicine  in  1961  and  served  his  in- 
ternship at  Milwaukee  County  Hospital  and  University 
Hospital,  Madison.  Surviving  are  his  widow,  Beverly; 
and  children,  Kenneth,  John,  Julie  Schroeder;  Leslie 
Tanin,  Jim,  Jerry,  and  JoAnne  Metzger. 

Hazel  P Lescher,  MD,  54,  Brookfield,  died  Nov  15, 
1981  in  Brookfield.  Born  February  12,  1927  in  Sydney, 
Australia,  Doctor  Lescher  graduated  from  Sydney  Uni- 
versity Medical  School  in  1951,  and  her  internship  was 
served  at  Orange  Base  Hospital  in  Australia.  Her  resi- 
dency was  completed  at  Washington  DC  General  Hos- 
pital. She  was  a member  of  The  Medical  Society  of  Mil- 
waukee County,  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin, 
and  the  American  Medical  Association.  Surviving  are 
three  children. 

James  W Sargent,  MD,  63,  Fox  Point,  died  Nov  17, 
1981  in  Fox  Point.  Born  Apr  4,  1918  in  Milwaukee, 
Doctor  Sargent  graduated  from  the  University  of  Michi- 
gan School  of  Medicine  in  1943  and  served  his  intern- 
ship at  the  United  States  Naval  Hospital,  Bethesda,  Md. 
His  residency  was  completed  at  the  Mayo  Clinic,  Roches- 
ter, Minn.  He  served  in  the  United  States  Navy  from 
1943-1946.  Doctor  Sargent  served  as  president  of  the 
Wisconsin  Urological  Society  in  1961.  Surviving  are  his 
widow,  Ruth;  one  son,  James  C,  Fox  Point;  and  two 
daughters,  Virginia  Soch,  Baltimore,  Md  and  Marjorie 
Sargent,  San  Rafael,  Calif. 

James  R Regan,  MD,  77,  Wauwatosa,  died  Nov  20, 
1981  in  Milwaukee.  Born  September  29,  1904  in  Mil- 
waukee, Doctor  Regan  graduated  from  Marquette  Uni- 
versity School  of  Medicine  and  completed  his  intern- 
ship at  Milwaukee  County  Hospital.  His  residency  was 
served  at  Wood  Veterans  Administration  Hospital. 
Doctor  Regan  also  completed  a fellowship  at  New  York 
Post  Graduate  Hospital.  He  was  a member  of  the  Mil- 
waukee Orthopedic  Society,  American  College  of  Sur- 
geons, The  Medical  Society  of  Milwaukee  County,  State 
Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin,  and  the  American  Medical 
Association.  Surviving  are  his  widow,  Vi;  and  two  sons, 
Dr  Michael  of  Medford,  Oregon  and  James  P of  Los 
Angeles,  Calif. 

Frederick  G Joachim,  MD,  72,  Hilton  Head,  SC,  died 
Nov  23,  1981  in  Hilton  Head.  Born  July  2,  1909  in  Chi- 
cago, 111,  Doctor  Joachim  graduated  from  the  University 
of  Wisconsin  Medical  School,  Madison,  in  1933  and 
served  his  internship  at  Lutheran  Hospital,  LaCrosse, 
Wis.  His  residency  was  completed  at  the  University  of 
Wisconsin  General  Hospital  in  Madison.  Doctor  Joachim 
had  practiced  medicine  in  Madison  from  1935  until  his 
retirement  in  1978.  He  had  served  in  the  United  States 
Army  Medical  Corps  from  1941-1946  during  World  War 
II.  He  was  a member  of  the  Wisconsin  Surgical  Society, 


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Fellow  of  American  College  of  Surgeons,  and  Diplomate 
of  the  American  Board  of  Surgery.  He  was  a member  of 
Dane  County  Medical  Society,  State  Medical  Society  of 
Wisconsin,  and  American  Medical  Association.  Surviving 
are  his  widow,  Kathleen;  and  four  children,  Frederick  G, 
Dr  Richard  J,  Dr  Catharine  L,  William  K,  and  one  grand- 
child. 

Sydney  C Jackson,  MD,  93,  Madison,  died  Nov  28, 
1981  in  Madison.  Born  Aug  12,  1888  in  Madison,  Doctor 
Jackson  was  the  son  of  pioneer  surgeon  Dr  James  A 
Jackson.  He  was  a veteran  of  World  War  I.  Doctor 
Jackson  was  the  last  surviving  member  of  the  founders 
of  the  Jackson  Clinic  in  Madison.  He  retired  from  medi- 
cal practice  while  in  his  late  70s.  While  in  his  60s  he  re- 
corded many  six-mile  swims  in  Lake  Mendota  and  swam 
into  the  month  of  November.  Doctor  Jackson  also  went 
whitewater  canoeing  on  the  Wisconsin  River  at  the  age  of 
90.  He  graduated  from  the  University  of  Colorado 
School  of  Medicine  in  1923  and  practiced  medicine  for  a 
short  time  in  California. 


Wilson  S Phillips,  MD,  68,  Sarasota,  Fla,  died  Nov  28, 
1981  in  Milwaukee.  Born  Mar  4,  1913  in  Milwaukee, 
Doctor  Phillips  graduated  from  the  University  of  Wis- 
consin Medical  School,  Madison,  in  1936  and  served  his 
internship  at  Mount  Sinai  Hospital  in  Milwaukee.  His 
residency  was  completed  at  Stanford  University  Hospital 
in  San  Francisco,  Calif.  Doctor  Phillips  was  director  of 
the  anesthesiology  department  at  Mount  Sinai  Hospital, 
Milwaukee,  from  1945  until  1970;  a senior  consultant  in 
anesthesiology  at  the  Veterans  Administration  Hospital, 
Wood;  and  a clinical  professor  of  anesthesiology  at  the 
Medical  College  of  Wisconsin.  He  was  a former  president 
of  the  Wisconsin  Society  of  Anesthesiologists,  the  South- 
eastern Wisconsin  Society  of  Anesthesiologists,  and 
the  Milwaukee  County  Society  of  Anesthesiologists.  He 
also  was  a member  of  The  Medical  Society  of  Milwaukee 
County,  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin,  and  Ameri- 
can Medical  Association.  Surviving  are  his  widow,  Helen; 
a son,  Dr  S Michael,  Philadelphia;  and  two  daughters, 
Gail  Phillips-Bloch,  Fox  Point,  and  Penny  Corris  of 
Whitefish  Bay.  ■ 


VIGNETTE  BOOK 

The  Aesculapian  Society,  the  historical  arm 
of  the  SMS’s  Charitable,  Educational  and 
Scientific  Foundation,  invites  all  readers  to  con- 
tribute a story  or  two  about  a deceased  Wis- 
consin physician  to  the  Vignette  Book  Project. 

The  book  is  a collection  of  warm,  human 
interest-type  sketches  of  deceased  Wisconsin 
physicians.  It  emphasizes  the  personality  of  the 
doctor,  not  just  medical  and  educational  ac- 
complishments— the  sort  of  thing  that  can  be 
found  in  any  standard,  official  biography. 
True,  some  of  the  sketches  have  biographical 
information  in  them,  but  the  main  theme  is 
the  personality  of  the  man  or  woman. 

So  far,  the  Vignette  Book  has  more  than  60 
sketches  in  it,  representing  29  counties.  A true 
picture  of  Wisconsin  medical  history  is  gathered 
together  in  the  book,  from  the  medical  school 
researcher  to  the  country  practitioner.  The 
Aesculapian  Society  needs  your  help  in  filling 
out  the  rest  of  the  story. 

During  the  summer,  the  Vignette  Book  is 
kept  at  the  Fort  Crawford  Medical  Museum  in 
Prairie  du  Chien;  in  the  winter  time,  it  can  be 
read  at  Society  headquarters  in  the  Council 
Room. 

If  a reader  would  like  more  information  on 
the  project,  or  would  like  to  write  a vignette, 
please  contact:  Mrs  Deborah  Erwin  (Chesley), 
826  North  75th  Street,  Wauwatosa,  Wiscon- 
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AUGUST  1-13, 1982 

SMS  Services  is  pleased  to  announce  the  1982  European  Spectacular  Tour  for  all  Medical  Society 
members,  family,  and  friends.  Highlights  of  the  tour  include  the  best  of  Belgium,  Germany, 
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The  European  Spectacular  Tour  is  truly  a “once-in-a-lifetime”  opportunity!  From  Brussels  to  Col- 
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LET  THESE  GUIDES  HELP  YOU 

The  following  guides  and  manuals  have  been  prepared  or  obtained  at  the  direction  of  the  Board  of  Directors  and/ 
or  commissions  and  committees  of  the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin  to  be  of  direct  personal  assistance  to  the 
physician  or  his  county  medical  society.  Each  is  available  (some  without  cost,  others  at  nominal  cost)  upon  request  to 
the  Communications  Dept.,  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin,  Box  1 109,  Madison,  Wis.  53701 . 


• Interprofessional  Code  (1977  Revision) — An  instrument 
for  better  understanding  between  attorneys  and  physi- 
cians with  reference  to  medical  testimony  and  interpro- 
fessional conduct  and  practices. 

• Communications  Guide  for  Wisconsin  Hospitals  and 
Physicians — Establishes  a communications  guide  for 
Wisconsin  hospitals  and  physicians  to  promote  coopera- 
tion between  the  allied  medical  professions  and  those 
who  report  medical  news. 

• Comments  on  Fee  Splitting  Statute,  Including  Chapter 
82,  Laws  of  Wisconsin,  1973— Governing  physicians  and 
others  and  authorizing  employment  of  physicians  by 
hospitals  and  others. 

• Approved  Program  in  Continuing  Medical  Education — 

Explains  the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin’s  ac- 
creditation program  for  continuing  medical  education  in 
conjunction  with  the  American  Medical  Association’s 
Council  on  Medical  Education. 

• Physician  Guidelines:  Blood-Alcohol  Testing — Includes  a 
request/consent  form  for  drawing  blood.  (Revised  1978 
— Single  copy  25<t  with  order.) 

• If  You  Have  a Complaint  About  Medical  Care — Medical 
care  is  a personal  matter  between  patient  and  physician. 
Yet,  sometimes  misunderstandings  arise  about  what  the 
physician  hopes  to  accomplish  and  what  the  patient  ex- 
pects. This  brochure,  aimed  at  patients,  explains  the 
State  Medical  Society’s  grievance  and  peer  review  system. 

• School  Health  Examination — A guide  for  physicians  and 
school  authorities  in  establishing  a program  of  school 
health  examinations.  (Single  copy  $1.00  with  order.) 

• Occupational  Health  Guide — For  medical  and  nursing 
personnel.  A practical  manual  covering  everything  from 
“abnormal  injuries”  to  “wounds,”  with  every  item  sug- 
gesting steps  to  be  taken,  and  providing  space  for  specific 
instructions  of  the  plant  physician.  Over  70  pages  of  in- 
structional material,  with  all  sections  provided  as 
separate  sheets,  punched  to  fit  a ring  book  \0"x\\Vi". 
For  handy  reference  order  ring  book,  with  full  set  of  in- 
serts, including  anatomical  charts.  (Complete  guide  in- 
cluding ring  binder:  $11.00;  complete  guide  without 
binder:  $10.00 — to  accompany  order.) 

• Make  Yours  a Smokeless  Pregnancy — Points  out  the 
dangers  of  smoking  during  pregnancy  and  its  effects  on 
the  fetus. 

• Guide  to  the  Service  Corporation  Law 


• Retention  and  inspection  of  patients’  records — Ex- 
plains the  right  of  access  to  physician  and  hospital 
records  concerning  patient  care,  and  includes  the  re- 
vised form,  through  statute  amendment,  of  an  Inter- 
pretation of  Chapter  301 , Laws  of  1959. 

• Legal  Responsibilities  of  the  Physician-Patient  Relation- 
ship 

• Report  of  the  Chiropractic  Study  Committee  to  the 
Governor’s  Health  Planning  and  Policy  Task  Force — 

Recommendations  in  this  report  were  adopted  by  the 
Governor’s  Health  Planning  and  Policy  Task  Force,  Oc- 
tober 23,  1972. 

• A Scientific  Test  of  the  Chiropractic  Theory — The  first 
experimental  study  of  the  basis  of  the  theory  demon- 
strates that  it  is  erroneous.  Written  by  Edmund  S.  Crelin 
and  reprinted  by  permission  of  American  Scientist. 

• Some  Straight  ‘Dope’  on  Marijuana — Increasing  evidence 
appearing  regularly  that  marijuana  is  hazardous  to  health 
has  led  the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin  to  declare 
it  to  be  a dangerous  drug.  This  brochure  explains  what 
marijuana  is,  who  uses  it,  and  points  out  some  of  the 
psychological  and  physiological  hazards  associated  with 
its  use. 

• Rubella— Red  Measles  Brochure — This  conveniently 
sized  2Vi  "x4"  sized  brochure  alerts  women  to  the  neces- 
sity of  being  immunized  for  Rubella  before  they  become 
pregnant.  The  brochure  also  reminds  parents  to  have 
their  children  immunized  for  the  red  measles.  Perfect  for 
patient  billing  statements  or  waiting  rooms. 

• To  Your  Good  Health — Explains  the  reasons  behind  rising 
health  care  costs  and  offers  tips  on  how  to  save  money  on 
medical  expenses. 

• Alcohol  and  Your  Unborn  Baby  . . . — Warns  women  of 
the  harmful  effects  alcohol  can  have  on  an  unborn  child. 
Available  in  both  English  and  Spanish  versions. 

• To  All  My  Patients,  Partners  in  Good  Health — Explains 
the  rights  and  responsibilities  physicians  and  patients 
have  in  medical  care.  Available  in  standard  brochure  or 
smaller  “statement  stuffer”  form. 

• I Want  To  Know  What  You  Think — a questionnaire  physi- 
cians can  use  with  patients  to  elicit  their  attitudes  and 
opinions  regarding  his/her  medical  practice. 

• So  You’ve  Been  Sued  . . . Now  What? — a brochure  pre- 
pared by  the  SMS  Medical  Liability  Committee  which 
answers  12  questions  physicians  commonly  ask  about 
medical  malpractice  lawsuits. 


DECREASED  TOTAL  WAKE  TIME  EVEN  AFTER  TWO  WEEKS  OF  THERAPY’ 


7.22c 


30  mg 


Chloral  hydrate 
1000  mg 


Ethchlorvynol 
500  mg 


Methaqualone 
400  mg 


Secobarbital 
100  mg 


*p<0.01 

Adapted  from  Kates  A.  el  al:  J Clin 
Pharmacol  17  207-213,  Apr  1977 


WITH  AN  UNSURPASSED  RECORD 
OF  EFFICACY  AND  SAFETY 

The  efficacy  of  Dalmane  (flurazepam  HCI/Roche)  has 
been  documented  in  185  studies  involving  9141  pa- 
tients suffering  from  one  or  more  of  the  three  major 
forms  of  insomnia-difficulty  falling  asleep,  staying 
asleep  and  sleeping  long  enough.2 

Relative  safety  was  demonstrated  in  a large  study  of 
2542  hospitalized  medical  patients.  Only  3.1°o  of 
these  patients  reported  adverse  reactions-predomi- 
nantly  unwanted  residual  drowsiness.  None  of  the 
reactions  were  considered  serious  by  attending 
physicians.3 

FOR  SLEEP  WITHIN  17  MINUTES2 
AND  NO  WORSENING  OF  SLEEP 
ON  DISCONTINUATION 

Rapid  sleep  induction,  within  17  minutes  on  average, 
sets  the  stage  for  insomnia  relief.  And.  after  discontinu- 
ation of  Dalmane  for  periods  ranging  up  to  14  nights, 
no  worsening  of  sleep  compared  with  baseline 
was  observed.4 

Should  insomnia  recur,  the  patient  may  require  guid- 
ance in  setting  up  a regular  sleep  program  to  help 


Glutethimide 
500  mg 


provide  the  optimum  environment  for  the  onset  of 
natural  sleep.  If  hypnotic  therapy  is  required,  it  should 
be  given  for  the  shortest  time  at  the  lowest  effective 
dose  to  achieve  the  desired  goal. 

Consider  other  medications  the  patient  may  be  taking 
(including  alcoholic  beverages)  and  be  aware  of 
possible  drug  interactions.  Please  note  that  patients 
should  be  treated  for  underlying  physical  or  psycho- 
logical factors  before  therapy  with  a sleep  medication 
is  undertaken. 

DALMANEe 

flurazepam  HCI/Roche 

THE  STANDARD  OF  HYPNOTIC  EFFICACY 
FROM  THE  LEADER  IN  SLEEP  RESEARCH 

Please  see  reverse  side  for  a summary 
of  product  information. 


SLEEP-SPECIFIC 

DALMANEe 

flurazepam  HCI/Roche 

One  15-mg  capsule  h.s. -recommended  initial  dosage 
for  elderly  or  debilitated  patients. 

One  30-mg  capsule  h.s. -usual  adult  dosage 

(15  mg  may  suffice  in  some  patients) 

THE  STANDARD  FOR  HYPNOTIC  EFFICACY 
WITH  IMPORTANT  ADDED  BENEFITS 

• Well  tolerated2 

• No  chemical  interference  with  many  commonly  ordered 
laboratory  tests,  including  triglycerides,  uric  acid,  glucose. 
SGOT,  alkaline  phosphatase  and  total  protein  (See  adverse 
reactions  section  of  complete  product  information.) 

• Compatible  with  chronic  warfarin  therapy;  no  unacceptable 
fluctuation  in  prothrombin  time  reported'8 

UNLIKE  NONSPECIFIC  MEDICATIONS 
USED  FOR  SLEEP 

Tricyclic  antidepressants 

-which  are  not  sleep  specific,9  yet  are  sometimes  used  in 
nondepressed  patients  for  sleep 
-which  can  cause  transient  insomnia  in  the  elderly10 
-which  can  reguire  careful  monitoring  in  cardiovascular 
patients10 

-which  have  strong  anticholinergic  effects 

Antihistamines 

-which  are  not  reliable  sleep-inducing  agents" 

-which  may  produce  stimulation  instead" 

-which  have  anticholinergic  effects" 

Major  tranquilizers 

-whose  side  effects  may  be  troublesome  for  nonpsychotic 
patients’2 

-where  tolerance  for  sedation  appears  rapidly’2 

Dalmane  does  not  cause  significant  worsening  of  sleep 
beyond  baseline  levels  upon  discontinuation.4 

References  1.  Kales  A et  ai  J Clin  Pharmacol  17  207-213.  Apr  1977  2.  Data  on  file  Medical 
Department.  Hoffmann-La  Roche  Inc  . Nutley  NJ  3.  Greenblatt  DJ  Allen  MD,  Shader  Rl  Clin 
Pharmacol  Ther  21  355-361  Mar  1977  4.  Kales  A.  et  al  Chn  Pharmacol  Ther  18  356-363.  Sep 
1975  5.  Moore  JD.  Weissman  L J Clin  Pharmacol  16  241-244.  May-Jun  1976  6.  Spiegel  HE 
Data  on  file.  Medical  Department.  Hoffmann-La  Roche  Inc  . Nutley  NJ  7.  Robinson  DS. 

Amidon  EL  Interaction  of  benzodiazepines  with  warfarin  in  man.  m The  Benzodiazepines. 
edited  by  Garattim  S.  Mussim  E,  Randall  LO  New  York.  Raven  Press.  1973.  pp  641-646 
8 Warfarin  Study  Data  on  file  Medical  Department.  Hoffmann-La  Roche  Inc  , Nutley  NJ 
9.  Baldessarim  RJ  Drugs  and  the  treatment  of  psychiatric  disorders,  chap  19.  in  Goodman 
and  Gilmans  The  Pharmacological  Basis  of  Therapeutics,  ed  6 New  York,  Macmillan 
Publishing  Co  Inc  . 1980.  pp  391-447  10.  Cole  JO.  Davis  JM  Antidepressant  drugs,  chap 
31  2 in  Comprehensive  Textbook  of  Psychiatry  II.  edited  by  Freedman  AM.  Kaplan  HI.  Sadock 
BJ.  ed  2 Baltimore  The  Williams  & Wilkins  Company,  vol  2,  1976.  pp  1941-1956  11.  Douglas 
WW  Histamine  and  5-hydroxytryptamme  (serotonin)  and  their  antagonists,  chap  26.  in 
Goodman  and  Gilmans  The  Pharmacological  Basis  of  Therapeutics,  ed  6 New  York. 
Macmillan  Publishing  Co  Inc  . 1980.  pp  609-646  12.  Davis  JM.  Cole  JO  Antipsychotic  drugs, 
chap  31  1 m Comprehensive  Textbook  of  Psychiatry  II.  edited  by  Freedman  AM.  Kaplan  HI 
Sadock  BJ.  ed  2 Baltimore.  The  Williams  & Wilkins  Company,  vol  2.  1976.  pp  1921-1940 


Before  prescribing,  please  consult  complete  product  information,  a 
summary  of  which  follows: 

Indications:  Effective  in  all  types  of  insomnia  characterized  by  difficulty  in  falling 
asleep,  frequent  nocturnal  awakenings  and/or  early  morning  awakening:  in 
patients  with  recurring  insomnia  or  poor  sleeping  habits;  in  acute  or  chronic 
medical  situations  requiring  restful  sleep.  Objective  sleep  laboratory  data  have 
shown  effectiveness  for  at  least  28  consecutive  nights  of  administration.  Since 
insomnia  is  often  transient  and  intermittent,  prolonged  administration  is  generally 
not  necessary  or  recommended  Repeated  therapy  should  only  be  undertaken 
with  appropriate  patient  evaluation. 

Contraindications:  Known  hypersensitivity  to  flurazepam  HCI;  pregnancy 
Benzodiazepines  may  cause  fetal  damage  when  administered  during  pregnancy 
Consider  possibility  of  pregnancy  when  instituting  therapy;  advise  patients  to 
discuss  therapy  if  they  intend  to  or  do  become  pregnant. 

Warnings:  Caution  patients  about  possible  combined  effects  with  alcohol  and 
other  CNS  depressants.  An  additive  effect  may  occur  if  alcohol  is  consumed 
the  day  following  use  for  nighttime  sedation.  This  potential  may  exist  for  several 
days  following  discontinuation.  Caution  against  hazardous  occupations  requiring 
complete  mental  alertness  (e  g.,  operating  machinery,  driving).  Potential 
impairment  of  performance  of  such  activities  may  occur  the  day  following 
ingestion.  Not  recommended  for  use  in  persons  under  15  years  of  age 
Though  physical  and  psychological  dependence  have  not  been  reported  on 
recommended  doses,  abrupt  discontinuation  should  be  avoided  with  gradual 
tapering  of  dosage  for  those  patients  on  medication  for  a prolonged  period  of 
time.  Use  caution  in  administering  to  addiction-prone  individuals  or  those  who 
might  increase  dosage 

Precautions:  In  elderly  and  debilitated  patients,  it  is  recommended  that  the 
dosage  be  limited  to  15  mg  to  reduce  risk  of  oversedation,  dizziness,  confusion 
and/or  ataxia.  Consider  potential  additive  effects  with  other  hypnotics  or  CNS 
depressants.  Employ  usual  precautions  in  severely  depressed  patients,  or  in 
those  with  latent  depression  or  suicidal  tendencies,  or  in  those  with  impaired 
renal  or  hepatic  function 

Adverse  Reactions:  Dizziness,  drowsiness,  lightheadedness,  staggering,  ataxia 
and  falling  have  occurred,  particularly  in  elderly  or  debilitated  patients.  Severe 
sedation,  lethargy,  disorientation  and  coma,  probably  indicative  of  drug 
intolerance  or  overdosage,  have  been  reported  Also  reported:  headache, 
heartburn,  upset  stomach,  nausea,  vomiting,  diarrhea,  constipation,  Gl  pain, 
nervousness,  talkativeness,  apprehension,  irritability,  weakness,  palpitations, 
chest  pains,  body  and  joint  pains  and  GU  complaints.  There  have  also  been  rare 
occurrences  of  leukopenia,  granulocytopenia,  sweating,  flushes,  difficulty  in 
focusing,  blurred  vision,  burning  eyes,  faintness,  hypotension,  shortness  of 
breath,  pruritus,  skin  rash,  dry  mouth,  bitter  taste,  excessive  salivation,  anorexia, 
euphoria,  depression,  slurred  speech,  confusion,  restlessness,  hallucinations, 
and  elevated  SGOT,  SGPT  total  and  direct  bilirubins,  and  alkaline  phosphatase; 
and  paradoxical  reactions,  e g.,  excitement,  stimulation  and  hyperactivity 

Dosage:  Individualize  for  maximum  beneficial  effect 
Adults:  30  mg  usual  dosage;  15  mg  may  suffice  in  some  patients.  Elderly  or 
debilitated  patients:  15  mg  recommended  initially  until  response  is  determined 
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compare  the  analgesic  effect 

A Motrin  400  mg  dose  relieved  postsurgical  dental  pain  as  effectively  as  a combination 
of 650  mg  aspirin  and  60  mg  codeine  (twoaspirin-with-codeine  No.  3 tablets)  in  a study  of  129  patients. 

In  this  double-blind,  placebo-controlled,  randomized  study,  no  statistically  significant  difference 
in  relief  of  pain  was  noted  at  1, 2,  and  4 hours  between  the  Motrin  and  aspirin-with-codeine  groups. . . 
with  Motrin  being  significantly  more  effective  (p  = 0.03)  at  the  three-hour  interval. 

Active  treatment  was  significantly  more  effective  (p<  0.0001)  than  placebo  at  all  time  intervals. 


Comparison  of  pain  relief 

Motrin  vs  aspirin-codeine  combination 

4 = Excellent  relief  3 = Good  relief  2 = Fair  relief 

4 


= Poor  relief  0 = No  relief 


Motrin  400  mg 

Aspirin  650  mg  plus  codeine  60  mg 
Placebo 


1st  hour 


2nd  hour 


T ime  after  drug  administration  (hours) 


3rd  hour  4th  hour 

Data  on  file  at  The  Upjohn  Company. 


One  tablet  q4-6h  prn 
For  relief  of  mild  to  moderate  pain : 


r\r\  TABLETS 

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ibuproten,  up  onn 


• Not  a narcotic  • Not  addictive  • Not  habit  forming  • Nonscheduled 
•Acts  peripherally  • Relieves  pain  rapidly  • Relieves  inflammation  • Indicated 
in  acute  and  chronic  pain  • Well  tolerated  (The  most  common  side  effect 
with  Motrin  is  mild  gastrointestinal  disturbance.) 


Please  turn  the  page  for  a brief  summary  of  prescribing  information. 


Upjohn 


Motrin  (ibuprofen) 

now  proved  an 
effective  analgesic  for 
mild  to  moderate  pain 


Motrin"  Tablets  (ibuprofen,  Upjohn) 

Indications  and  Usage:  Relief  of  nnld  to  moderate  pain 
Treatment  of  signs  and  symptoms  of  rheumatoid  arthritis  and  osteoarthritis  during 
acute  flares  and  in  long-term  management  Safety  and  efficacy  have  not  been  estab- 
lished in  Functional  Class  IV  rheumatoid  arthritis. 

Contraindications:  Individuals  hypersensitive  to  it,  or  with  the  syndrome  ot  nasal 
polyps,  angioedema  and  bronchospastic  reactivity  to  aspirin  or  other  nonsteroidal 
anti-inflammatory  agents  (see  WARNINGS) 

Warnings:  Anaphylactoid  reactions  have  occurred  in  patients  with  aspirin  hypersen- 
sitivity (see  CONTRAINDICATIONS). 

Peptic  ulceration  and  gastrointestinal  bleeding,  sometimes  severe,  have  been 
reported  Ulceration,  perforation,  and  bleeding  may  end  fatally  An  association  has  not 
been  established.  Motrin  should  be  given  under  close  supervision  to  patients  with  a 
history  of  upper  gastrointestinal  tract  disease,  only  after  consulting  ADVERSE 
REACTIONS 

In  patients  with  active  peptic  ulcer  and  active  rheumatoid  arthritis,  nonulcerogemc 
drugs,  such  as  gold,  should  be  tried  If  Motrin  must  be  given,  the  patient  should  be  under 
close  supervision  for  signs  of  ulcer  perforation  or  gastrointestinal  bleeding 
Precautions:  Blurred  and/or  diminished  vision,  scotomata,  and/or  changes  in  color 
vision  have  been  reported  If  these  develop,  discontinue  Motrin  and  the  patient  should 
have  an  ophthalmologic  examination,  including  central  visual  fields 

Fluid  retention  and  edema  have  been  associated  with  Motrin;  use  with  caution  in 
patients  with  a history  of  cardiac  decompensation 

Motrin  can  inhibit  platelet  aggregation  and  prolong  bleeding  time.  Use  with  caution  in 
persons  with  intrinsic  coagulation  defects  and  those  on  anticoagulant  therapy 
Patients  should  report  signs  or  symptoms  of  gastrointestinal  ulceration  or  bleeding, 
blurred  vision  or  other  eye  symptoms,  skin  rash,  weight  gain,  or  edema. 

To  avoid  exacerbation  of  disease  or  adrenal  insufficiency,  patients  on  prolonged 
corticosteroid  therapy  should  have  therapy  tapered  slowly  when  Motrin  is  added 
Drug  interactions.  Aspirin-  Used  concomitantly  may  decrease  Motrin  blood  levels, 
Coumann  Bleeding  has  been  reported  in  patients  taking  Motrin  and  coumarin 
Pregnancy  and  nursing  mothers:  Motrin  should  not  be  taken  during  pregnancy  nor  by 
nursing  mothers. 

Adverse  Reactions 
Incidence  greater  than  /% 

Gastrointestinal:  The  most  frequent  type  of  adverse  reaction  occurring  with  Motrin  is 
gastrointestinal  (4%  to  16%).  This  includes  nauseaf  epigastric  pain;  heartburn; 
diarrhea,  abdominal  distress,  nauseaand  vomiting,  indigestion,  constipation,  abdominal 
cramps  or  pain,  fullness  of  the  Gl  tract  (bloating  and  flatulence)  Central  Nervous  System: 
Dizziness;  headache,  nervousness  Dermatologic:  Rash:  (including  maculopapular 
type),  pruritus.  Special  Senses:  Tinnitus.  Metabolic:  Decreased  appetite,  edema,  fluid 
retention  Fluid  retention  generally  responds  promptly  to  drug  discontinuation  (see 
PRECAUTIONS) 

Incidence  3%  to  9%. 

Incidence  less  than  1 in  WO 

Gastrointestinal:  Upper  Gl  ulcer  with  bleeding  and/or  perforation,  hemorrhage,  melena 
Central  Nervous  System:  Depression,  insomnia  Dermatologic:  Vesiculobullous  erup- 
tions, urticaria,  erythema  multiforme.  Cardiovascular:  Congestive  heart  failure  in 
patients  with  marginal  cardiac  function,  elevated  blood  pressure  Special  Senses: 
Amblyopia  (see  PRECAUTIONS).  Hematologic:  Leukopenia,  decreased  hemoglobin  and 
hematocrit 

Causal  relationship  unknown 

Gastrointestinal:  Hepatitis,  jaundice,  abnormal  liver  function  Central  Nervous  System: 
Paresthesias,  hallucinations,  dream  abnormalities.  Dermatologic:  Alopecia,  Stevens- 
Johnson  syndrome.  Special  Senses:  Conjunctivitis,  diplopia,  optic  neuritis  Hematologic: 
Hemolytic  anemia,  thrombocytopenia,  granulocytopenia,  bleeding  episodes.  Allergic: 
Fever,  serum  sickness,  lupus  erythematosus  syndrome  Endocrine:  Gynecomastia, 
hypoglycemia  Cardiovascular:  Arrhythmias.  Renal:  Decreased  creatinine  clearance, 
polyuria,  azotemia. 

Overdosage:  In  cases  ot  acute  overdosage,  the  stomach  should  be  emptied.  The  drug 
is  acidic  ana  excreted  in  the  urine,  so  alkaline  diuresis  may  be  beneficial 
Dosage  and  Administration:  Rheumatoid  arthritis  and  osteoarthritis,  including 
flares  of  chronic  disease  Suggested  dosage  is  300.  400,  or  600  mg  t i d or  q i d 
Mild  to  moderate  pain  400  mg  every  4 to  6 hours  as  necessary  for  relief  of  pain 
Do  not  exceed  2400  mg  per  day 

Caution:  Federal  law  prohibits  dispensing  without  prescription 

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Physicians  Exchange 


Small-time  specialty  group  (13)  Door  County,  Wisconsin, 
needs  to  replace  retiring  OB-GYN.  Write  John  Turk,  Admin, 
Door  County  Medical  Center,  Sturgeon  Bay,  Wis  54235;  ph  414/ 
743-7261.  2-4/82 

OB/GYN  Specialists.  Enjoy  the  security  of  group  practice 
with  the  freedom  of  independent  practice.  If  you  are  Board 
Certified  or  Board  Eligible  in  OB/GYN,  we  have  an  interesting 
opportunity  for  you.  Two  specialists  are  needed  immediately 
to  form  an  independent  OB/GYN  practice  in  a very  desirable 
Northern  Wisconsin  community  with  a drawing  population  of 
70,000.  Active  practice  assured.  All  major  specialists  available 
for  consultation.  Business  and  technical  advice  will  be  provided. 
Outstanding  personal  benefit  programs  available.  Good  income 
potential.  New  35  million  dollar  hospital.  For  further  informa- 
tion write:  Administrator,  PO  Box  1646,  Wausau,  Wisconsin 
54401.  2-4/82 

Emergency  Department  physicians  needed.  Join  rapidly 
expanding  physician-owned  group.  Directorship  available  for 
qualified  physician.  Requires  living  in  small  community  close 
enough  to  enjoy  Madison  advantages.  Other  opportunities 
available  for  full-time  and  part-time  positions.  Contact  Bill 
Stafford,  Mid-American  Medical  Services,  SC,  1846  Hoffman 
Street,  Suite  101,  Madison,  Wis  53704,  or  telephone  608/ 
244-5555,  or  by  WATS  1-800-362-7366.  2/82 

Family  Practitioners  to  work  in  community  clinics  near 
Madison,  Wisconsin.  Combination  of  a community  office 
practice  with  privileges  at  major  Madison  hospitals.  Family 
practitioner  will  join  an  already  established  internist  to  con- 
tinue the  growth  of  a medical  practice,  expand  a small  pediatric 
practice,  and  begin  an  obstetrical  practice.  Clinics  are  full  ser- 
vice and  have  professional  personnel  support.  Physicians  have  a 
guaranteed  compensation  package  and  an  option  to  purchase 
the  clinic  from  the  community.  Please  send  resume  to  T Arnfelt, 
Madison  General  Hospital,  202  South  Park  St,  Madison, 
Wis  53715.  1-2/82 

Physician  wanted  to  share  fully  equipped  medical  office,  x- 
ray,  lab,  fully  staffed,  small  community,  northern  Wisconsin. 
Contact  Dept  496  in  care  of  the  Journal.  12/81;  1-3/82 


PRIMARY  CARE  PHYSICIANS 

BOARD  CERTIFIED  OR  ELIGIBLE 

We  represent  over  50  communities  throughout  the 
state  which  are  seeking  quality  primary  care  physicians. 
These  communities  offer  established  service  areas, 
generous  practice  and  financial  arrangements. 

CONTACT: 

Laurie  Glowac  or  Fred  Moskol 
New  Physicians  for  Wisconsin 
University  of  Wisconsin  Department  of  Family 
Medicine 

777  South  Mills  Street,  Madison,  Wisconsin  53715 
Phone:  608/263-4095 

1-12/82 


Green  Bay,  Wisconsin.  Well  established  fee-for-service  group 
in  regional  trauma/poison  center  seeks  additional  physician. 
$35,000  plus  annual  visits.  Competitive  salary  with  paid  liability, 
CME,  pension/profit  sharing.  Excellent  recreational  and  ed- 
ucational opportunities.  Great  place  to  raise  a family.  Send  CV 
to:  A W Haines,  MD,  435  Shady  Drive,  Oneida,  WI  54155; 
ph  414/865-7740.  ltfn/82 

Physician  wanted  to  perform  light  physicals  on  a full  or  part- 
time  basis.  Ideal  job  for  retiring  physician.  Contact  Mike 
Stough  collect  at  513/621-8728.  10tfn/81 

The  Racine  Medical  Clinic,  a progressive  cluster  corporation 
of  25  physicians,  is  currently  seeking  an  orthopedic  surgeon 
and  an  invasive  cardiologist.  Full  benefits,  unlimited  earnings 
and  a full  and  exciting  practice  are  offered.  Please  contact: 
Roger  D Lacock,  Administrator,  Racine  Medical  Clinic,  5625 
Washington  Ave,  Racine,  Wl  53406;  ph  414/886-5000.  ltfn/82 

Family  physician,  Board  Certified  or  Eligible,  to  join  four- 
man  family  practice  group  in  northwest  Wisconsin.  First-year 
guaranteed  salary.  New  clinic  building  located  adjacent  to 
46-bed  hospital,  in  the  heart  of  Wisconsin’s  vacationland.  Call 
shared  with  other  family  practice  physicians  in  area,  weekend 
coverage  contracted.  Jeanne  Chamberlain,  Adm,  Spooner  Clinic 
Ltd,  707  Ash  St,  Spooner,  Wis  54801.  Ph  715/635-2151. 

12/81;  1-5/82 

Fond  du  Lac — 26  physician  incorporated  multispecialty  group 
on  the  south  shore  of  Lake  Winnebago  needs  a fourth  pedia- 
trician. Guaranteed  salary  with  full  shareholder  status  avail- 
able after  one  year.  Send  CV  to  Kirk  A Veit,  MD,  80  She- 
boygan St,  Fond  du  Lac,  Wis  54935.  9t fn/8 1 

Pediatric,  Family  Practice  positions  available  in  13-member 
multispecialty  group.  Inquire:  General  Clinic  of  West  Bend, 
Inc,  279  S 17th  Ave,  West  Bend,  Wis  53095.  2tfn/82 

University  Health  Service:  Gynecologist  or  generalist 

for  women’s  health  program,  willing  to  work  in  team  approach. 
Routine  gynecological  care,  family  planning  services,  health  ed- 
ucation, supervising  nurse  practitioners.  Board-certification  pre- 
ferred. Illinois  license  or  eligibility  for  license  by  time  of  appoint- 
ment. Campus  of  25,000,  1-1/2  hours  from  downtown  Chicago. 
Position  available  immediately.  For  further  information  and 
application  contact  Director,  University  Health  Service,  North- 
ern Illinois  University,  DeKalb,  111  60115;  ph  815/753-1311. 
Equal  opportunity/ Affirmative  Action  employer.  2-3/82 


Surgeon  with  Thoracic  general  vascular  training 
and  Ophthalmologist  to  join  a progressive  multi- 
specialty group  of  17  physicians  consisting  of  Gen- 
eral/Family Medicine,  General  Surgery,  Internal 
Medicine,  OB-GYN,  Ophthalmology,  Orthopaedic 
Surgeon,  Pediatrics/ Adolescent  Medicine,  and  Ra- 
diology. Subspecialties  include:  Pathology,  Vascular 
Surgery,  Cardiovascular  Diseases,  Gastroenterology  and 
Endoscopy.  We  are  located  in  a fast  growing,  scenic, 
lake  country  area  between  Milwaukee  and  Madison  and 
can  offer  excellent  hospital,  schools  and  recreational 
facilities.  Full  fringe  benefit  package.  Contact:  James 
F Dowd,  Admin,  Wilkinson  Clinic,  SC,  915  East  Sum- 
mit Ave,  Oconomowoc,  Wis  53066;  ph  414/567-4433. 

9tfn/81 


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continued 

Wausau  Medical  Center,  SC,  a 50-physician  multispecialty 
group  has  openings  for  physicians  in  the  following  specialties. 
Family  Practice , Hematology/Oncology,  Neurology  and 
Otolaryngology.  Competitive  first-year  salary,  incentive  plan 
thereafter.  Comprehensive  fringe  benefits.  New  facility  near  new 
hospital.  Located  in  beautiful,  quiet,  central  Wisconsin, 
metropolitan  area  of  65,000.  Recreational  opportunities 
abundant.  For  more  information  contact:  K L Day,  MD,  Wau- 
sau Medical  Center,  SC,  2727  Plaza  Drive,  Wausau,  Wis  54401, 
or  call  collect  715/847-3351.  7tfn/81 

Fifty  physician  multispecialty  clinic  in  West  Central  Wiscon- 
sin wants  cardiologist  (non-invasive),  neonatologist,  neurologist, 
neurosurgeon,  orthopedic  surgeon,  and  otolaryngologist.  Ex- 
cellent cultural,  educational,  and  recreational  facilities.  90 
miles  from  Minneapolis.  Please  contact  James  R Jepson,  Ad- 
ministrator, Midelfort  Clinic,  Ltd,  733  West  Clairemont  Ave, 
Eau  Claire,  Wis  54702  or  call  (715)  839-5266.  1 -3/82 

Two  Family  Practice  Physicians  sought  to  assume  a fully 
operational  practice  in  a community  30  miles  north  of  Madison, 
Wisconsin.  New  clinic  facility.  Income  guaranteed.  Physician 
back-up  available.  Board  certified  or  eligible  preferred.  Contact 
John  P Rahm,  MD,  6105  Ridgewood  Ave,  Madison,  Wis 
53716.  5tfn/81 

Wanted:  Locum  tenens  physician  to  do  FP  and  primary 
care.  INTERHEALTH,  phone  612/474-4372.  2/82 

Medical  Ophthalmologist  wanted  to  join  established,  grow- 
ing practice  in  beautiful  Lake  Tahoe-Reno,  Nevada  area.  Ex- 
cellent climate  and  year-round  recreational  facilities.  Will  con- 
sider full  or  part-time  or  retired  physician.  Contact  Karen 
Grodowitz,  MS,  Executive  Director,  Reno  Eye  Clinic,  1530  E 
6th  St,  Reno,  Nev  89512;  ph  702/329-1389.  10tfn/81 

Faculty  Member  Family  Practice  Program.  The  Black  Hawk 
Area  Medical  Education  Foundation  is  recruiting  a Board  Cer- 
tified Family  Physician  to  join  its  Family  Practice  Residency 
Program  in  Waterloo,  Iowa.  The  program  is  community-based, 
affiliated  with  the  University  of  Iowa  College  of  Medicine,  and 
part  of  the  Iowa  Network  of  Family  Practice  Residency  Pro- 
grams. The  Waterloo  metropolitan  area  has  125,000  people, 
four  hospitals,  and  is  well  represented  in  the  medical  specialties. 
Applicants  should  have  a MD  degree,  be  eligible  for  licensure 
in  Iowa,  and  should  have  several  years  of  practice  experience. 
Major  duties  include  teaching  residents  in  all  aspects  of  patient 
care,  including  obstetrics,  and  also  providing  patient  care.  Other 
duties  include  some  program  administration  and  assisting  in  re- 
search from  time  to  time.  A salary  in  the  range  of  $60,000 
per  year  with  an  additional  20%  fringe  benefit  package  is  of- 
fered. Other  fringe  benefits  relating  to  retirement,  moving  ex- 
penses, and  continuing  education  are  provided.  Please  submit 
your  resume  to:  Charles  A Waterbury,  MD,  Program  Director, 
Black  Hawk  Area  Medical  Education  Foundation,  441  East 
San  Marnan  Dr,  Waterloo,  Iowa  50702;  ph  (319)  234-4419. 
Equal  Opportunity  Employer.  1-4/82 


PUT  EXPERIENCE  TO  WORK  FOR  YOU  WHILE 
YOU  SEARCH  FOR  A NEW  CHALLENGE 

Let  years  of  experience  as  a healthcare  professional 
and  a Placement  Counselor  assist  you  in  finding  a 
new  location  with  a new  challenge.  Physicians  in  all 
specialties  are  urgently  needed  throughout  the 
country.  Many  types  of  situations  available.  Confi- 
dentiality assured. 

Contact  Donna  Herschleb,  RN 
MEDICAL  PROFESSIONAL  PLACEMENTS 
5222  Painted  Post  Drive,  Madison,  Wisconsin  53716 
Phone:  (608)  222-2927  Licensed  Employment  Agency 


Immediate  opening  for  General  and  Child  Psychiatrist  to  join 
well-established  clinic  in  a community  of  50,000.  Large  referral 
area.  Two  excellent  hospitals.  University  and  industrial  area. 
Salary  open.  Excellent  benefits.  Contact:  J M Tobin,  MD, 
Northwest  Psychiatric  Clinic,  Box  224,  Eau  Claire,  Wis  54701; 
ph  715/834-2751.  12/81;  1-3/82 

Family  Practice  and  Urology  positions  available  with  an 
18-member  multispecialty  group  corporate  practice.  Modern 
clinic  facility  in  Northeastern  Wisconsin  city  of  100,000  enjoy- 
ing a healthy  and  stable  economy.  Excellent  recreational,  educa- 
tional, hospital,  civic  advantages.  Please  call  collect  or  write: 
W J Mommaerts,  Clinic  Manager,  West  Side  Clinic,  SC,  1551 
Dousman  St,  Green  Bay,  WI  54303;  ph  414/494-561 1 . 1-4/82 

Fifty-physician,  multi-specialty  clinic  in  west  central  Wis- 
consin wants  neonatologist,  neurologist,  neurosurgeon,  ortho- 
pedic surgeon,  and  otolaryngologist.  Excellent  cultural,  educa- 
tional, and  recreational  facilities.  90  miles  from  Minneapolis. 
Please  contact  James  R Jepson,  Administrator,  Midelfort  Clinic, 
Ltd,  733  West  Clairemont  Ave,  Eau  Claire,  Wis  54702;  or  call 
715/839-5266.  2-4/82 

Anesthesiologist,  Board  certified,  to  join  a 250-bed  com- 

munity hospital  in  southeastern  Wisconsin  as  its  Director  of 
Anesthesiology.  Send  curriculum  vitae  to  Dept  498  in  care  of  the 
Journal.  2-3/82 

Doctors  needed  in  Wisconsin  and  Minnesota,  all  special- 
ties, all  locations.  For  confidential  information,  mail  your  CV 
to  Medicus,  W62  N281  Washington  Ave,  Cedarburg,  Wis  53012. 

2tfn/82 

Wanted.  Board  certified  or  eligible  orthopedic  surgeon  to 
practice  in  conjunction  with  a 5-member  surgery  department 
in  a 22-member  multispecialty  group.  Present  surgical  special- 
ties: thoracic  and  vascular  surgery,  general  surgery  and  urology. 
The  group  is  located  in  the  upper  midwest,  in  a city  of  100,000 
between  two  major  metropolitan  areas  of  greater  than  one 
million.  If  interested,  please  send  CV  to:  Stephen  Wagner, 
Kurten  Medical  Group,  SC,  2405  Northwestern  Ave,  Racine, 
Wis  53404.  All  inquiries  will  be  kept  confidential.  12tfn/80 

Internist/Generalist/Family  Practitioner:  Position  avail- 
able in  300-bed  active  psychiatric  rural  hospital.  Fully  JCAH 
accredited.  Three-year  Psychiatric  Residency  Program.  All 
treatment  modalities.  Numerous  affiliated  educational  pro- 
grams. Near  metropolitan  and  recreational  areas.  Relaxed,  low 
crime,  low  turmoil  area.  Salary  range  $47,902-$58,282  de- 
pending upon  qualifications.  Good  fringe  package  and  possi- 
bility of  some  private  practice.  Position  involves  directing  a 
15-bed  medical-surgical  unit  and  provide  consultation  to  psy- 
chiatric staff.  Contact  Superintendent,  Mental  Health  Insti- 
tute, Independence,  Iowa  50644;  ph  319/334-2583.  Equal  Op- 
portunity Employer.  12/81;  1-2/82 

Grow  with  us  in  the  Sunbelt.  The  INA  Healthplan  needs 
physicians  in  family  practice  and  most  specialties  in  Miami, 
Tampa,  Dallas,  Phoenix,  Tucson,  and  Los  Angeles.  Attractive 
salaries  and  comprehensive  benefits  including  professional 
development,  retirement,  and  profit  sharing  programs  are  pro- 
vided. If  team  interaction  and  casual  living  interest  you,  send  a 
brief  CV  to  Medical  Administration,  INA  Healthplan,  Inc,  7616 
LBJ  Freeway,  Suite  303,  Dallas,  Tex  75251.  12/81;  1-2/82 

General  Surgeon.  Board  eligible/certified  to  join  primary  care 
group  of  six  family  physicians.  Well  established,  rural  setting, 
preceptor  University  of  Wisconsin,  JCAH  70-bed  hospital.  Send 
CV  to:  Gary  Petersen,  MD,  Krohn  Clinic,  Ltd,  610  W Adams 
St,  Black  River  Falls,  Wis  54615.  10  tfn/81 

Dermatologist,  Rheumatologist  needed  to  join  multi- 
specialty group  of  33  physicians  dedicated  to  primary  care  in 
East  Central  Wisconsin  community.  City  population  48,000, 
drawing  area  100,000.  Attractive  income  arrangements,  asso- 
ciation membership  possible  after  one  year,  pension  and  profit 
sharing,  extensive  fringe  benefits.  Contact:  R B Windsor,  MD, 
101 1 North  8th  St,  Sheboygan,  Wis  53081;  ph  414/457-4461 . 

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Medical  Facilities 


Port  Washington,  Wisconsin.  New  prime  office  space  in 
professional  building.  Upper  level  already  occupied  by  three 
internists  (specializing  in  cardiology),  one  dentist,  and  three 
doctors  of  chiropractic.  Lower  level  has  700-2500  sq  ft.  Area 
needs  obstetrician-gynecologist,  pediatricians,  urologist,  derma- 
tologist, and  general  practitioner.  X-ray  machines  and  equip- 
ment possible.  Twenty  miles  north  of  Milwaukee.  Phone  414/ 
375-3010  or  414/284-0500  or  write  1032  S Spring  St,  Port  Wash- 
ington, Wis  53074.  2-3/82 

For  Sale.  Williams  Bay,  Wis.  Well  equipped  medical  practice 
in  a beautiful  resort  area  near  Lake  Geneva,  Wis.  Three  examin- 
ing rooms,  one  consulting  room,  one  business  office,  large 
reception  area,  and  lab  facilities.  To  take  over  four  more  years 
on  present  lease.  The  only  medical  practitioner  in  the  village; 
suitable  for  solo  or  partnership.  Present  practice  is  general  with 
orientation  to  family,  seeing  between  15  and  20  patients  per 
day.  Flexible  terms.  For  information  write  to:  Rajesh  Aiwa, 
Box  938,  Williams  Bay,  Wis  53 191;  or  call  414/245-5566.  2/82 

Palm  Springs,  CA.  Large  medical  practice  located  in  center 
of  the  fastest  growing  US  resort/retirement  area.  1980  gross 
$600,000  + . Perfect  for  one  or  more  physicians  or  physicians- 
investor  group.  Full  information  regarding  this  complete  medical 
facility  upon  request.  Desert  Medical  Center,  43-576  Washington 
St,  Palm  Desert,  CA  92260;  ph  714/345-2696.  p2/82 

Office  Space  For  Rent.  Three  examining  rooms,  one  x-ray 
room,  and  waiting  room  in  medical  clinic  in  a town  of  3000. 
This  clinic  formerly  provided  a very  strong  practice  for  two 
family  practitioners  for  15  years.  The  village  of  Sturtevant  is  lo- 
cated three  miles  from  a new  major  medical  center.  Just  south 
of  Milwaukee  and  near  Lake  Michigan  where  fishing  and  sail- 
ing is  just  minutes  away.  Also,  inland  lake  living  is  within  seven 
miles  of  here.  One  or  two  physicians  interested  in  a long  term 
commitment  will  find  the  lease  terms  to  be  very  reasonable  and 
land  is  available  to  add  on  to  or  to  remodel  the  present  clinic 
area.  Contact  Ronald  E Schroeder,  8700  Racine  Ave,  Sturtevant, 
Wis  53177;  ph  414/886-4178.  2-4/82 

Green  Bay,  Wisconsin  new  prime  office  space  across  from 
new  St  Mary’s  Hospital.  Lease  or  purchase  options.  Dr  J 
Van  Miller,  phone  414/499^241 . 12tfn/79 

Family  Practice.  Established,  independent  practice  in  equipped 
office.  Small  city  in  recreational  area.  Continued  care  of  pa- 
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Meetir\rs/CME  Courges 

This  listing  is  compiled  by  the  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin  in  cooperation  with  others  who  wish  to  main- 
tain a centralized  schedule  of  meetings  and  courses  of  interest  to  Wisconsin  physicians  and  to  avoid 
scheduling  programs  in  conflict  with  others.  Hospitals,  Clinics,  Specialty  Societies,  and  Medical  Schools  are 
particularly  invited  to  utilize  this  listing  service.  There  is  no  charge  for  listing  of  meetings  or  courses  held  in 
Wisconsin;  other  listings  will  be  made  at  the  discretion  of  The  Editors  at  the  following  rates:  40<t  per  word,  with  a 
minimum  charge  of  $16.00  per  listing.  BOXED  LISTINGS:  $32.00  per  column  inch.  COPY  DEADLINE  for  Con- 
tinuing Medical  Education  listings  is  tenth  of  the  month  preceding  the  month  of  publication;  e.g.,  copy  for  the 
August  issue  is  due  by  July  10.  Address  communications  to:  Wisconsin  Medical  Journal,  Box  1109,  Madison, 
Wisconsin  53701;  or  phone  (area  code  608)  257-6781;  or  toll-free  in  Wisconsin:  800/362-9080.  For  listing  of  other 
meetings  see  the  Special  issue  of  the  Journal  of  the  American  Medical  Association:  Continuing  Education 
Courses  for  Physicians  for  period  Sept  1, 1981  through  Aug  31, 1982. 


WISCONSIN 

MARCH  1-5,  1982:  Cardiac  Rehabilitation  Workshop,  La 
Crosse.  See  details  elsewhere  in  this  section. 

MARCH  4-5,  1982:  First  Annual  Symposium  on  Chronic 
Obstructive  Pulmonary  Diseases,  Madison.  Sponsored  by 
Continuing  Medical  Education,  Health  and  Human  Services 
Area,  University  of  Wisconsin-Extension;  the  Pulmonary 
Section,  School  of  Medicine;  and  the  Department  of  Nursing, 
University  of  Wisconsin,  Madison;  and  the  Respiratory  Therapy 
Department,  Center  for  Trauma  and  Life  Support,  Center  for 
Health  Sciences,  University  of  Wisconsin,  Madison.  Thirteen 
credit  hours  Category  1 of  AMA;  AOA,  Wisconsin  Nurses 
Association  and  Family  Practice  credit  applied  for;  University 
of  Wisconsin-Extension  1.3  CEUs.  Info:  Sarah  Z Aslakson, 
CME,  465B  WARF  Bldg,  610  Walnut  St,  Madison,  Wis  53706; 
ph  608/263-2856. 

MARCH  16,  1982:  Milwaukee  Academy  of  Medicine  pro- 
gram— Some  Favorite  JAMA  Covers,  by  Therese  Southgate, 
MD,  Deputy  Editor,  JAMA,  Chicago,  IL.  Info:  Milwaukee 
Academy  of  Medicine,  PO  Box  26509,  8701  Watertown  Plank 
Road,  Milwaukee,  WI  53226  (phone  414/257-8249). 

MARCH  20,  1982:  New  Developments  in  Limb  Prosthetics 
and  Spinal  Orthotics,  by  Ram  P Bhala,  MD  FACP,  Mil- 
waukee, sponsored  by  St  Luke’s  Hospital.  Approved  for  7 


STATE  MEDICAL  SOCIETY  OF  WISCONSIN 
Dates  and  Locations  of  Annual  Meetings 
1982-1992 


All  meetings  will  be  held  in  Milwaukee  at  the  Milwaukee 
Exposition  and  Convention  Center  and  Arena  (MECCA) 
and  the  new  Hyatt  Regency  as  the  headquarters  hotel 
with  the  exception  of  1985,  when  the  meeting  will  be 
held  at  the  LaCrosse  Convention  Center. 


1982—  May  13-15 

1983—  Mar  24-26 

1984—  Mar  29-31 

1985—  Apr  25-27 

1986—  Apr  17-19 


1992— Apr  23-25 


1987—  Mar  26-28 

1988—  Apr  28-30 

1989—  Apr  13-15 

1990—  Apr  26-28 

1991—  Apr  18-20 


Meeting  days  will  be  Thursday  and  Friday;  the  first 
session  of  the  House  of  Delegates  will  convene  on 
Thursday,  the  second  and  third  on  Friday.  Scientific 
programming  will  be  on  Friday  and  Saturday. 

Further  information:  Commission  on  Continuing 
Medical  Education,  State  Medical  Society  of  Wis- 
consin, Box  1109,  Madison,  Wis  53701.  Local  telephone: 
257-6781;  toll-free  in  Wisconsin:  1-800/362-9080. 


credit  hours  for  Category  I of  AMA-PRA  and  7 prescribed 
credit  hours  by  AAFP.  Info:  Penny  Zoltak,  St  Luke’s  Hospital, 
2900  W Oklahoma  Ave,  Milwaukee,  Wis  53215;  ph  414/ 
647-6806. 

MARCH  25-26,  1982;  6th  Annual  Ophthalmology  Current 
Concepts  Seminar  '82,  at  Inn  on  the  Park  Hotel,  Madison. 
Sponsored  by  University  of  Wisconsin,  School  of  Medicine, 
Dept  of  Ophthalmology;  and  University  of  Wisconsin-Ex- 
tension, Dept  of  Continuing  Medical  Education.  Credit  applied 
for  Category  I of  AMA-PRA.  Fee:  $155.  Info:  Sarah  Z As- 
lakson, Continuing  Medical  Education,  465B  WARF  Bldg,  610 
Walnut  St,  Madison,  Wis  53706;  ph  608/263-2856. 

APRIL  2-3,  1982:  Advances  in  Emergency  and  Cardiovascu- 
lar Critical  Care,  Sheraton  Inn,  Madison.  Sponsored  by  the 
Methodist  Hospital  and  the  Jackson  Clinic.  Info:  Mark  Olsky, 
MD,  Director,  Emergency  Services,  Methodist  Hospital,  309 
W Washington  Ave,  Madison,  Wis  53703;  ph  608/251-2371 . 

APRIL  14-16,  1982:  Third  Annual  Madison  Clinic  Conference, 
Therapeutic  Management  of  Cardiovascular  Diseases.  Spon- 
sored by  Extension  Services  in  Pharmacy  and  the  School  of 
Pharmacy,  University  of  Wisconsin,  Madison.  Info:  Alan  L 
Hanson,  PhD,  Extension  Services  in  Pharmacy,  School  of  Phar- 
macy, 425  N Charter  St,  Madison,  Wis  53706;  ph  608/262- 
3130. 

APRIL  16-17,  1982:  Second  Annual  General  Surgery  Con- 
ference: Breast  and  Endocrine  Disease,  University  of  Wisconsin 
Clinical  Science  Center,  Madison.  Sponsored  by  University  of 
Wisconsin  Dept  of  Surgery,  University  of  Wisconsin-Extension 
Dept  of  Continuing  Medical  Education.  Approved  9 credit  hours 
AMA  Category  I,  UW  Extension  CEUs.  Fee:  $155  physicians; 
$100  residents,  nurses,  others.  Info:  Sarah  Z Aslakson,  Continu- 
ing Medical  Education,  465B  WARF  Bldg,  610  Walnut  St, 
Madison,  WI  53706;  ph  608/263-2856. 

APRIL  19-23,  1982:  Cardiac  Rehabilitation  Workshop,  La 
Crosse.  See  details  elsewhere  in  this  section. 

APRIL  20,  1982:  Milwaukee  Academy  of  Medicine  program — 
Clinimetrics:  An  Additional  Basic  Science  for  Clinical  Medi- 
cine, AOA  Lecture,  by  Alvan  Feinstein,  MD,  Professor  of 
Medicine  and  Epidemiology,  Yale  University,  New  Haven,  CT. 
Info:  Milwaukee  Academy  of  Medicine,  PO  Box  26509,  8701 
Watertown  Plank  Road,  Milwaukee,  WI  53226  (phone  414/ 
257-8249). 

APRIL  27,  1982:  Milwaukee  Ophthalmological  Society,  Uni- 
versity Club,  924  E Wells  St,  Milwaukee,  Wis  53202.  Speaker: 
Dr  J A McCrary,  Baylor  College  of  Medicine.  Dinner  at  6:30 
pm  and  meeting  at  7:30  pm.  Info:  John  Ridley  MD,  2315 
N Lake  Dr,  Seton  Tower,  #1001,  Milwaukee,  Wis  53211; 
ph  414/278-7500. 

APRIL  28-30,  1982:  State  of  the  Art-Radiologic  Approaches 
to  the  Chest  and  Abdomen,  Madison.  Sponsored  by  the  Uni- 


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versity  of  Wisconsin-Extension;  Dept  of  Continuing  Medical 
Education;  and  University  of  Wisconsin,  School  of  Medicine, 
Dept  of  Surgery.  Approved  21  credit  hours  of  Category  I AM  A 
and  ACR.  Info:  Sarah  Z Aslakson,  Continuing  Medical  Ed- 
ucation, 465B  WARF  Bldg,  610  Walnut  St,  Madison,  Wis 
53706;  ph  608/263-2856. 

MAY  5-7,  1982:  Fifth  Annual  Cardiac  Rehabilitation  Sympo- 
sium, Red  Carpet  Inn,  Milwaukee.  Sponsored  by  Mt  Sinai 
Medical  Center,  Milwaukee;  University  of  Wisconsin-Extension, 
Dept  of  Continuing  Medical  Education;  American  Heart 
Association,  and  American  College  of  Sports  Medicine.  Ap- 
proved 25  credit  hours  of  Category  I AMA;  AOA  Category 
2-D,  University  of  Wisconsin  Continuing  Education  Units. 
Info:  Sarah  Z Aslakson,  CME,  465B  WARF  Bldg,  610  Wal- 
nut St,  Madison,  Wis  53706;  ph  608/263-2856. 

MAY  6-7,  1982:  Trends  in  Radiologic  Technology — 1982, 
Wisconsin  Center,  Madison.  Sponsored  by  Allied  Health  Pro- 
gram Unit,  UW-Extension;  Dept  of  Radiology,  School  of  Medi- 
cine, University  of  Wisconsin.  ECE  points  applied  for  from 
ASRT,  University  of  Wisconsin  Continuing  Education  Units. 
Info:  Sarah  Z Aslakson,  CME,  465B  WARF  Bldg,  610  Walnut 
St,  Madison,  WI  53706;  ph  608/263-2856. 

MAY  13-14,  1982:  8th  National  Conference  on  Case  Resolu- 
tion of  Complex  Industrially  Injured,  Pioneer  Inn,  Oshkosh. 
Sponsored  by  Industrial  Injury  Clinic,  University  of  Wiscon- 
sin-Extension, Continuing  Medical  Education,  in  cooperation 
with  Theda  Clark  Regional  Medical  Center.  AMA  Category 
I,  Continuing  Legal  Education  credits,  Commission  on  Re- 
habilitation Counselor  Certification,  University  of  Wisconsin 
Continuing  Education  units.  Info:  Sarah  Z Aslakson,  CME, 
465 B WARF  Bldg,  610  Walnut  St,  Madison,  WI  53706;  ph 
608/263-2856. 

MAY  23-25,  1982:  Wisconsin  Chapter,  American  Academy  of 
Pediatrics,  Playboy  Club,  Lake  Geneva. 

JUNE  6-10,  1982:  Managing  Health  Care  Resources  in  the 
Competitive  Environment  of  the  1980s,  La  Crosse.  Sponsored 
by  Western  Wisconsin  Health  Systems  Agency,  University  of 
Wisconsin  Extension,  and  the  University  of  Wisconsin  La  Crosse 
Business  Outreach  Department.  Guest  speakers  include.  Dr 
Alain  Enthoven,  Stanford  University;  Dr  Erik  Ritman,  Mayo 
Medical  School;  and  Dr  Larry  Cummings,  Northwestern  Univer- 
sity. Info:  Thomas  M Lynch,  Conference  Director,  Western 
Wisconsin  Health  Systems  Agency,  1707  Main,  La  Crosse, 
WI  54601;  ph  608/785-9352. 

JUNE  7-11,  1982:  Cardiac  Rehabilitation  Workshop,  La 
Crosse.  See  details  elsewhere  in  this  section. 


Cardiac  Rehabilitation  Workshops 

Offered  through  the  joint  effort  of  the  La  Crosse  Exercise 
Program  and  La  Crosse  Lutheran  Hospital/Gundersen 
Clinic,  Ltd,  six  times  throughout  the  year  as  follows: 

March  1-5  June  7-11  July  12-16 

April  19-23  June  14-18  Sept  20-24 

Workshops  provide  an  indepth  understanding  and  ex- 
perience of  all  aspects  of  cardiac  rehabilitation  and  a 
thorough  understanding  of  the  organizational  and  admin- 
istrative aspects  of  a cardiac  rehabilitation  program. 
Workshops  will  consist  of  didactic  lecture  with  structured 
laboratory  experiences  and  examinations.  Accreditation 
through  a number  of  agencies  is  offered.  For  further 
information  contact: 

Dr  Philip  K Wilson,  Workshop  Unit-La  Crosse 
Exercise  Program,  Mitchell  Hall/University  of 
Wisconsin-La  Crosse,  La  Crosse,  Wis  54601;  phone 
608/785-8686 


JUNE  14-18,  1982:  Cardiac  Rehabilitation  Workshop,  La 
Crosse.  See  details  elsewhere  in  this  section. 

JUNE  16-19,  1982:  Annual  Scientific  Assembly  of  the  Wis- 
consin Academy  of  Family  Physicians,  Radisson  Hotel,  La 
Crosse.  Approved  20  credit  hours  Category  I of  AMA-PRA. 
Info:  Robert  H Herzog,  Wisconsin  Academy  of  Family  Phy- 
sicians, 850  Elm  Grove  Rd,  Elm  Grove,  Wis  53122;  ph  414/ 
784-3656. 

JUNE  17-23,  1982:  Fifteenth  Annual  Postgraduate  Course  in 
Gynecological  Pathology,  Cytogenetics  and  Endocrinology, 
Pfister  Hotel  and  Tower,  Milwaukee.  Sponsored  by  The  Medical 


WISCONSIN  SPECIALTY  SOCIETY 
MEETINGS:  1982 

Wisconsin  Society  of  Radiation  Oncologists, 

Feb  20,  1982,  Olympia,  Oconomowoc 

Wisconsin  Psychiatric  Association,  Feb  25-28,  1982, 
Lake  Lawn  Lodge,  Lake  Delavan 

Wisconsin  Dermatological  Society,  Feb  27,  1982, 

UW  Center  for  Health  Sciences,  Madison 

Wisconsin  Urological  Society,  Apr  30-May  1,  1982, 
Concourse  Hotel,  Madison 

Wisconsin  Chapter:  American  Academy  of  Pediatrics, 
May  23-25,  1982,  Playboy  Club,  Lake  Geneva 

Wisconsin  Academy  of  Family  Physicians,  June  17-20, 
1982,  Radisson  Hotel,  La  Crosse 

Wisconsin  Society  of  Obstetrics  & Gynecology, 

July  23-24,  1982,  Leathern  Smith  Lodge,  Sturgeon  Bay 

Wisconsin  Neurological  Society,  Fall 
(September  ?)  1982 

Wisconsin  Surgical  Society,  Sept  9-10,  1982, 

Holiday  Inn  and/or  Radisson  Hotel,  La  Crosse 

Wisconsin  Society  of  Internal  Medicine,  Sept  9-11, 
1982,  Holiday  Inn  (Downtown),  Green  Bay 

Wisconsin  Society  of  Anesthesiologists,  Sept  9-12, 
1982,  Concourse  Hotel,  Madison 

Wisconsin  Radiological  Society,  Oct  16,  1982 
Concourse  Hotel,  Madison 

Wisconsin  Allergy  Society,  Oct  17-18,  1982, 

Pioneer  Inn,  Oshkosh 

Wisconsin  Chapter:  American  College  of  Emergency 
Medicine,  October  1982,  The  Pfister  Hotel 
& Tower,  Milwaukee 

* * * 

SPECIALTY  SOCIETY  MEETINGS  TO  BE 
HELD  IN  CONJUNCTION  WITH  SMS 
ANNUAL  MEETING,  May  13-15, 1982, 
Milwaukee 

Wisconsin  Allergy  Society 
Wisconsin  Orthopaedic  Society 
Wisconsin  Society  of  Internal  Medicine 
Wisconsin  Society  of  Pathologists 
Wisconsin  Society  of  Physical  Medicine 
and  Rehabilitation 

Wisconsin  Society  of  Plastic  Surgeons 
Wisconsin  Society  for  Preventive  Medicine 
Wisconsin  Society  of  Radiation  Oncologists 
Wisconsin  Surgical  Society 


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WISCONSIN  continued 


College  of  Wisconsin,  Milwaukee.  Fee:  $500  enrollment  fee 
will  include  68  selected  35mm  slides.  Approved  42  credit  hours 
of  Category  I of  AMA-PRA  and  AAFP.  Info:  Richard  F 
Mattingly,  MD,  Medical  College  of  Wisconsin,  8700  West  Wis- 
consin Ave,  Milwaukee,  Wis  53226. 

JUNE  24-25,  1982:  Obstetrical  Events  and  Neonatal  Brain 
Injury,  Wisconsin  Center,  Madison.  Sponsored  by  Continuing 
Medical  Education,  Health  Sciences  Unit,  University  of  Wis- 
consin-Extension  and  Departments  of  Family  medicine  and 
Practice,  Pediatrics,  Gynecology  and  Obstetrics,  School  of 
Medicine,  University  of  Wiconsin,  Madison,  and  Madison 
General  Hospital  and  St  Marys  Hospital  Medical  Center.  Twelve 
credit  hours,  AMA;  AOA;  CEU’s  ACOG  applied  for.  Info: 
Sarah  Z Aslakson,  CME,  465B  WARF  Bldg,  610  Walnut  St, 
Madison,  Wis  53706;  ph  608/263-2856. 

JULY  12-16,  1982:  Cardiac  Rehabilitation  Workshop,  La 
Crosse.  See  details  elsewhere  in  this  section. 

AUGUST  6-8,  1982:  Wisconsin  Dermatological  Society  summer 
meeting,  Lake  Geneva,  Wis.  Info:  Robert  A McDonald,  MD, 
1313  Fish  Hatchery  Rd,  Madison,  Wis  53715. 


University  of  Minnesota 
CONTINUING  MEDICAL  EDUCATION 
January-July,  1982 


Office  Management  in  Ear,  Nose  & 

Throat:  A Practical,  Problem- 

Oriented  Approach Feb  26-27 

Cardiopulmonary  Medicine:  1982  Mar  4-6 

Current  Concepts  in  Perinatal 

Medicine Mat  11-12 

Recurrent  Lung  Disease  in 

Childhood  Mar  26 

Psychiatry  for  Primary  Care 

Physicians  Apr  2 

Correction  of  Aphakia  (Annual 

Ophthalmology  Course) Apr  19-20 

Allergy  and  Clinical  Immunology Apr  29-May  1 

Tissue  Specific  Antigens:  An 

International  Conference  May  3-5 

Human  Aging  V May  5-6 

Medical  Directors  Spring  Meeting May  7 

Family  Practice  Review:  Update  1982  May  10-14 

Current  Concepts  in  Radiation 

Therapy  May  19-21 

Topics  and  Advances  in  Pediatrics May  24-25 

Biotechnology  Symposium May  26-28 

Coronary  Heart  Disease  Workshop  Jun  2-4 

Management  of  Musculoskeletal 
Tumors  (Annual  Orthopaedic 

Surgery  Conference) Jun  9-1 1 

Clinical  Hypnosis  Jun  1 1-12 

Advances  in  Vascular  Surgery: 

46th  Annual  Surgery  Course  Jun  14-16 

The  Disabled  Adolescent  Jun  29-30 

Malnutrition:  The  Clinician’s 

Role Jul  9-10 


Accreditation:  All  courses  are  approved  for  AMA/ 
ACCME  Category  1 credit  and,  as  appropriate,  by 
specialty  societies. 

For  advance  information  and  registration,  write  or  call: 
Continuing  Medical  Education,  University  of  Minnesota, 
Box  293  Mayo  Memorial  Bldg,  420  Delaware  St,  SE, 
Minneapolis,  MN  55455;  ph  612/373-8012.  1-3/82 


SEPTEMBER  9-11,  1982:  Wisconsin  Society  of  Internal 
Medicine  and  American  College  of  Physicians  joint  meeting. 
Holiday  Inn  Downtown,  Green  Bay.  Info:  Kim  Marggraf,  Wis- 
consin Society  of  Internal  Medicine,  611  East  Wells  St,  Mil- 
waukee, Wis  53202. 

SEPTEMBER  20-24,  1982:  Cardiac  Rehabilitation  Workshop, 
La  Crosse.  See  details  elsewhere  in  this  section. 

OCTOBER  16,  1982:  Wisconsin  Radiological  Society,  Con- 
course Hotel,  Madison. 


OTHERS 

January-July  1982  (Minnesota):  Continuing  Medical  Ed- 
ucation programs  are  listed  in  a box  elsewhere  in  this  section. 

MARCH  12-14,  1982  (Illinois):  Midwest  Clinical  Conference, 
at  the  Conrad  Hilton,  Chicago.  Up  to  20  hours  Category  I 
CME  credit  will  be  offered.  Chicago  Medical  Society,  along  with 
major  local  specialty  societies,  is  sponsoring  event.  Info:  Dept 
of  Education,  Chicago  Medical  Society,  515  N Dearborn  St, 
Chicago,  IL  60610;  ph  312/670-2550.  g2/82 


MIDWEST  Regional  CME  meetings 
American  College  of  Physicians 

FEBRUARY  26-27,  1982  (Kansas):  Hilton  Inn,  Wichita. 
Info:  Max  S Allen,  MD,  FACP,  University  of  Kansas 
Medical  Center,  39th  St  & Rainbow  Blvd,  Kansas  City, 
KS  66112. 

MARCH  26-27,  1982  (Nebraska):  Hilton  Hotel,  Lin- 
coln. Info:  Bowen  E Taylor,  MD,  FACP,  Box  81009, 
Lincoln,  NE  68501. 

APRIL  29,  1982  (North  Dakota):  Westward  Ho,  Grand 
Forks.  Info:  Harold  W Evans,  MD,  FACP  2624  Olson 
Dr,  Grand  Forks,  ND  58201 . 

JUNE  4-5,  1982  (Iowa):  University  of  Iowa,  Iowa 
City.  Info:  William  B Galbraith,  MD,  FACP,  115 
8th  St,  NE,  Cedar  Rapids,  IA  52401. 

SEPTEMBER  9-11,  1982  (Wisconsin):  Holiday  Inn 
Downtown,  Green  Bay.  Joint  meeting  with  WSIM. 
Info:  Kim  Marggraf,  Wisconsin  Society  of  Internal 
Medicine,  61 1 East  Wells  St,  Milwaukee,  WI  53202. 


1982  PAIN  & STRESS  MANAGEMENT 
WORKSHOPS 

March  6 Vancouver,  WA  May  13-15  Springfield,  MO 
March  19  Portland,  OR  wi,h  >o  experts 

March  26  San  Francisco,  CA  June  1 1 Houston,  TX 
March  30  Springfield,  MO  July  19  Stevens  Point,  WI 
May  7-9  Seattle,  WA  Nov  6-7  Milwaukee,  WI 

Write  or  Phone  for  Patient  or  Workshop  Information 

The  Shealy  Pain  & Health  Rehabilitation  Center™ 
1919  South  Fremont 
Springfield,  MO  65804 

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MARCH  13-20,  1982  (Mexico):  Seventeenth  Annual  Clinical 
Conference  of  the  Marquette-Medical  College  of  Wisconsin 
Alumni  Association,  Camino  Real  Hotel,  Ixtapa,  Mexico.  Ap- 
proved 20  credit  hours  of  Category  I AMA-PRA.  Info:  Robert 
H Herzog,  Marquette-MCW  Medical  Alumni  Association, 
8701  Watertown  Plank  Rd,  Milwaukee,  Wis  53226;  ph  414/ 
257-8367. 

MARCH  15-19,  1982  (Louisiana):  Twentieth  National  Con- 
ference on  Breast  Cancer,  Hyatt  Regency  Hotel,  New  Orleans, 
La.  Sponsored  and  arranged  by  the  American  College  of 
Radiology;  co-sponsored  by  the  American  Cancer  Society; 
American  Society  of  Therapeutic  Radiologists;  College  of 
American  Pathologists;  The  Plastic  Surgery  Educational  Foun- 
dation, and  The  Society  for  the  Study  of  Breast  Disease. 
Fee:  $350.  Info:  Breast  Cancer  Conference,  American  Col- 
lege of  Radiology,  6900  Wisconsin  Ave,  Chevy  Chase,  MD 
20815. 

MARCH  20-25,  1981  (Hawaii):  Spring  Meeting  of  American 
Academy  of  Pediatrics,  Honolulu.  Info:  AAP,  1801  Hinman 
Ave,  PO  Box  1034,  Evanston,  III  60204. 

APRIL  4-6,  1982  (Mississippi):  National  Conference  on  Rural 
Primary  Care,  sponsored  by  National  Rural  Primary  Care 
Association,  at  Jackson,  MS.  This  fifth  annual  meeting  provides 
a singular  opportunity  for  rural  health  professionals  to  share 
insights  and  discuss  problems  with  peers,  while  receiving  con- 
tinuing education  credit  for  soundly  developed  work  sessions. 
Info:  National  Rural  Primary  Care  Association,  Attn:  Lane 
Fisher,  Communications  Coordinator,  Box  1211,  Waterville, 
ME  04901  (ph  207/873-1127). 

APRIL  28-30,  1982  (Indiana):  Endocrinology  and  Diabetes  for 
the  General  Internist,  Indianapolis.  Info:  Registrar,  American 
College  of  Physicians,  4200  Pine  St,  Philadelphia,  PA  19104. 

MAY  16-20,  1982  (Brazil):  The  Fifth  International  Symposium 
on  the  Prevention  and  Detection  of  Cancer,  San  Paulo,  Brazil- 
Sponsored  by  Fundacao  “Centro  de  Pesquisda  de  Oncologia” 
and  The  International  Society  for  Preventive  Oncology;  Info: 
Medical  Congress  Coordinators  Department,  1212  Avenue  of 
the  Americas,  New  York,  NY  10036;  ph  212/840- 
0110.  g8-12/81;  1-4/82 

MAY  19-22,  1982  (Florida):  Twenty-second  International 
Conference  on  Legal  Medicine,  sponsored  by  American  College 
of  Legal  Medicine,  at  Boca  Raton  Hotel  and  Club,  Boca  Raton. 
Info:  American  College  of  Legal  Medicine,  875  North  Michigan 
Ave,  Suite  3744,  Chicago  IL  6061 1 . 

JUNE  2-4,  1982  (Illinois):  Problem  Solving  in  Lung  Disease: 
A Practical  Approach,  Chicago.  Info:  Registrar,  American 
College  of  Physicians,  4200  Pine  St,  Philadelphia,  PA  19104. 

JUNE  14-16,  1982  (Canada):  Critical  Care  Medicine- 1 982, 
Banff,  Alberta.  Info:  Registrar,  American  College  of  Phy- 
sicians, 4200  Pine  St,  Philadelphia,  PA  19104. 

JUNE  17-19,  1982  (Texas):  Review  of  Internal  Medicine-1982, 
Houston.  Info:  Registrar,  American  College  of  Physicians, 
4200  Pine  St,  Philadelphia,  PA  19104. 

JUNE  26-JULY  10,  1982  (Austria/Monaco):  Xllth  World 
Congress  on  Sports  Medicine  in  Vienna,  Austria  June  26- 
July  4 and  Post  Congress  Symposium  in  Monte  Carlo,  Monaco, 
July  4-10.  “Practical  Application  of  Sports  Medicine  for 
Physicians,  Trainers,  and  Coaches.”  Contact  PO  Box  66, 
Shawnee  Mission,  Kansas  66201  or  call  800-255-6969.  2-5/82* 

JULY  29-AUGUST  1,  1982  (Illinois):  International  Doctors 
in  Alcoholics  Anonymous,  Annual  Meeting.  Hotel  reservations 
directly  at  Ramada  the  O’Hare  Inn,  6600  N Mannheim  Rd,  Des 


Plaines,  III  60018  or  call  312/827-5131  or  800/288-2828.  (Be 
sure  to  specify  IDAA  for  special  rates).  Further  information 
contact  Secretary  IDAA,  1950  Volney  Rd,  Youngstown,  Ohio 
44511;  ph  216/782-6216.  g2tfn/82 


AMA 

FEBRUARY  25-28,  1982:  AMA  National  Leadership  Confer- 
ence, Downtown  Chicago  Marriott,  Chicago,  111. 

JUNE  13-17,  1982:  Annual  AMA  House  of  Delegates,  Down- 
town Chicago  Marriott,  Chicago,  111. 

DECEMBER  5-8,  1982:  Interim  AMA  House  of  Delegates, 
Miami  Beach,  FI.  ■ 


Bod^hdf 


New  books  received  are  acknowledged  in  this  section. 
From  these  books,  selections  will  be  made  for  reviews  in 
the  interest  of  the  readers  and  as  space  permits.  Reviews 
are  written  by  members  of  the  faculty  of  the  University 
of  Wisconsin  Medical  School  and  by  others  who  are 
particularly  qualified.  Most  books  here  listed  will  be  avail- 
able on  loan  from  the  Medical  Library  Service,  1305 
Linden  Drive,  Madison,  Wisconsin  53706;  tel.  608/262-6594. 

Goodbye  Blues:  Breaking  the  Tranquilizer  Habit  the 
Natural  Way.  By  Bernard  Green,  PhD.  1981.  McGraw-Hill 
Book  Co,  1221  Avenue  of  the  Americas,  New  York,  New  York 
10020.  Pp  173.  Price:  $10.95. 

Harper’s  Review  of  Biochemistry.  18th  edition.  By  David 
W Martin  Jr,  MD;  Peter  A Mayes,  PhD,  DSc;  and  Victor 
W Rodwell,  PhD.  1981.  Lange  Medical  Publications,  Drawer 
L,  Los  Altos,  Calif  94022.  Pp  614.  Price:  $18. 

Neuropsychiatric  Features  of  Medical  Disorders.  By 

James  W Jefferson,  MD  and  John  R Marshall,  MD.  1981. 
Plenum  Publishing  Corp,  223  Spring  St,  New  York,  NY  10013. 
Pp  383.  Price  $24.50. 

General  Urology.  10th  edition.  By  D R Smith,  MD.  1981  Lange 
Medical  Publications,  Drawer  L,  Los  Altos,  Calif  94022. 
Pp  598.  Price:  $19.50. 

Clinical  Cardiology.  By  M Sokolow,  MD  and  M B Mcllroy, 
MD.  1981  Lange  Medical  Publications,  Drawer  L,  Los  Altos, 
Calif  94022.  Pp  763.  Price:  $21.50. 

American  Board  of  Medical  Specialties.  Annual  Report  & 
Reference  Handbook — 1981.  1603  Orrington  Ave,  Evanston, 
11160201.  Pp  66. 

Initial  Report  and  Preliminary  Recommendations,  National 
Commission  on  Nursing.  September  1981.  The  Hospital  Re- 
search and  Educational  Trust,  840  N Lake  Shore  Drive, 
Chicago,  11160611.  Pp  80. 

Medical  Choices  Medical  Chances.  By  Harold  Bursztajn, 
MD;  Richard  1 Feinbloom,  MD;  Robert  M Hamm,  PhD; 
Archie  Brodsky.  Delacorte  Press/Semour  Lawrence,  1 Dag 
Hammarskjold  Plaza,  New  York,  NY  10017.  1981.  Pp  456. 
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Nev\£  \fe>u  Can  Uge — 

By  EARL  THAYER,  Secretary  / BERNIE  MARONEY,  Assistant  Secretary 


OVERCHARGES  TO  MDs  TO  RESULT  IN  $7.5  MILLION  REFUND.  If,  over  the  past  several  years, 
you  thought  you  were  paying  too  much  for  medical  malpractice  insurance,  it  appears  you  were  right.  On 
December  9,  1981,  the  Board  of  Governors  of  the  Wisconsin  Health  Care  Liability  Insurance  Plan  (WHC- 
LIP)  adopted  a resolution  which  calls  for  refunding  $7.5  million  to  WHCLIP  insureds.  After  extensive 
analysis  of  WHCLIP’s  financial  condition  and  claims  experience,  the  Board  determined  that  premiums 
charged  in  several  years  of  WHCLIP’s  existence  were  excessive.  As  a result,  the  Board  adopted  the  follow- 
ing resolution: 

“Be  it  resolved  that  the  Board  herewith  authorizes  the  payment  no  later  than  December  31,  1982, 
of  refunds  for  excess  premiums,  including  a portion  of  the  earnings  generated  on  such  premiums,  in 
the  amount  of  $7.5  million.” 

The  Actuarial/Underwriting  Committee  is  developing  a formula  for  distribution  of  the  refunds.  Both  the 
SMS  Medical  Liability  Committee  and  Board  of  Directors  monitor  these  developments  very  closely  in  at- 
tempts to  assure  that  WHCLIP  continues  to  be  a financially  sound  and  stable  program. 

MEDICAID  CHANGES  RULES  ON  NURSING  HOME  VISITS.  Under  a provision  of  the  Reagan  Ad- 
ministration’s Omnibus  Reconciliation  Act,  which  became  effective  October  1,  1981,  physicians’  assistants 
and  nurse  practitioners  under  Medicaid  (Title  19)  may  perform  nursing  home  visits  to  recertify  medical 
necessity.  Physicians  should  note  that  this  does  not  change  Wisconsin  requirements  under  H-32  (nursing 
home  rules)  that  a physician  must  see  all  skilled-care  patients  every  30  days  and  intermediate-care  patients 
every  60  days.  Skilled-care  patients  may  be  extended  to  60  days  if  they  are  receiving  rehabilitative  services 
and  it  is  documented  in  the  record  that  the  physician  feels  the  frequency  is  adequate.  This  change  has  no 
affect  on  Medicare  (Title  18). 

AMA  PLANS  PROGRAM  OF  WRITTEN  PATIENT  MEDICATION  INSTRUCTIONS.  The  American 
Medical  Association  expects  to  have  a program  in  operation  by  mid-year  which  will  provide  patients, 
through  their  physicians,  with  written  information  about  prescription  drugs.  Initially^  Patient  Medication 
Instruction  sheets  (PMIs)  will  cover  ten  widely  prescribed  drugs.  Eventually,  as  many  as  200  medications 
are  expected  to  be  in  the  voluntary  program.  The  program  is  intended  to  supplement  the  physician’s  oral 
instructions  and  enhance  consumers’  knowledge  about  the  drugs  they  are  taking.  This  action  comes  on  the 
heels  of  an  announcement  by  the  Federal  Food  and  Drug  Administration  that  it  plans  to  drop  its  pilot 
program  requiring  patient  package  inserts  on  ten  prescription  drugs.  In  making  the  announcement  the  FDA 
noted  the  acceleration  of  voluntary  private  sector  efforts  to  assume  responsibility  for  educating  patients 
about  drugs  and  referred  to  the  AMA’s  program. 

AMA  LIBRARY:  A READY  REFERENCE  FOR  PHYSICIANS.  The  AMA  Library,  organized  in  1911,  is 

one  of  the  oldest  and  most  comprehensive  national  association  libraries  in  the  country.  It  is  the  focal  point 
for  handling  inquiries  received  at  AMA  Headquarters.  Among  the  many  services  the  library  offers  is  access 
to  an  international  file  of  clinical  and  socioeconomic  medical  information  through  140  computerized  data 
bases.  For  more  information  on  the  services  and  publications  available,  request  the  free  pamphlet  from  the 
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IF  YOU  WISH  TO  HELP  AN  IMPAIRED  PHYSICIAN.  The  State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin’s  Im- 
paired Physician  Program  wishes  to  identify,  intervene,  and  bring  about  the  rehabilitation  of  physicians 
impaired  by  use  of  alcohol  and  other  drugs,  or  mental  or  physical  infirmity.  Persons  may  call  608/257- 
6781  or  toll-free:  800/362-9080  and  explain  their  concern  to  Mr  John  LaBissoniere  or  Mr  H B Maroney 
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Bactrim 

(trimethoprim  and  sulfamethoxazole)  ■ 

succeeds 


Expanding 


therapy 


Bactrim  is  useful  for 

the  following  infec-  A w 

tonsuswcheeptibieeits  usefulness  in 

cafed^ganlsms  antimicrobial 

(see  indications  section 
in  summary  of  product 
information): 


in  recurrent 
UTI... 

a continuing  record 
of  high  clinical 
effectiveness 
against  common 
uropathogens 


in  acute 
otitis  media 
in  children... 

effective  against 
both  major  otic 
pathogens. . .with 
b.i.d.  convenience 


in  acute  ex- 
acerbations 
of  chronic 
bronchitis 
in  adults... 

clears  the  sputum 
and  lowers  its 
volume... on  b.i.d. 
dosage 


Before  prescribing,  please  consult  complete  product  Information,  a summary  of 
which  follows: 

Indications  and  Usage:  For  the  treatment  of  urinary  tract  Infections  due  to 
susceptible  strains  of  the  following  organisms:  Escherichia  coll,  Klebslella-Entero- 
bacter,  Proteus  mlrabills,  Proteus  vulgaris,  Proteus  morganll.  It  Is  recommended  that 
Initial  episodes  of  uncomplicated  urinary  tract  Infections  be  treated  with  a single 
effective  antibacterial  agent  rather  than  the  combination.  Note.  The  increasing 
frequency  of  resistant  organisms  limits  the  usefulness  of  all  antibacterials,  especially  in 
these  urinary  tract  infections. 

For  acute  otitis  media  In  children  due  to  susceptible  strains  of  Haemophilus 
Influenzae  or  Streptococcus  pneumoniae  when  in  physician's  judgment  It  offers  an 
advantage  over  other  antimicrobials.  Limited  clinical  Information  presently 
available  on  effectiveness  of  treatment  of  otitis  media  with  Bactrim  when  Infection 
Is  due  to  amplclllln-reslstant  Haemophilus  Influenzae.  To  date,  there  are  limited 
data  on  the  safety  of  repeated  use  of  Bactrim  In  children  under  two  years  of  age. 
Bactrim  is  not  Indicated  for  prophylactic  or  prolonged  administration  in  otitis 
media  at  any  age. 

For  acute  exacerbations  of  chronic  bronchitis  in  adults  due  to  susceptible  strains 
of  Haemophilus  Influenzae  or  Streptococcus  pneumoniae  when  In  physician’s 
judgment  It  offers  an  advantage  over  a single  antimicrobial  agent. 

For  enteritis  due  to  susceptible  strains  of  Shigella  flexnerl  and  Shigella  sonnel 
when  antibacterial  therapy  is  indicated. 

Also  for  the  treatment  of  documented  Pneumocystis  carinii  pneumonitis.  To  date, 
this  drug  has  been  tested  only  In  patients  9 months  to  16  years  of  age  who  were 
Immunosuppressed  by  cancer  therapy. 

Contraindications:  Hypersensitivity  to  trimethoprim  or  sulfonamides:  patients  with 
documented  megaloblastic  anemia  due  to  folate  deficiency;  pregnancy  at  term; 
nursing  mothers  because  sulfonamides  are  excreted  in  human  milk  and  may  cause 
kermcterus:  infants  less  than  2 months  of  age. 

Warnings:  BACTRIM  SHOULD  NOT  BE  USED  TO  TREAT  STREPTOCOCCAL 
PHARYNGITIS.  Clinical  studies  show  that  patients  with  group  A /3-hemolytic 
streptococcal  tonsillopharyngitis  have  higher  incidence  of  bacteriologic  failure  when 
treated  with  Bactrim  than  do  those  treated  with  penicillin  Deaths  from  hypersensitivity 
reactions,  agranulocytosis,  aplastic  anemia  and  other  blood  dyscrasias  have  been 
associated  with  sulfonamides.  Experience  with  trimethoprim  is  much  more  limited  but 
occasional  interference  with  hematopoiesis  has  been  reported  as  well  as  an  increased 
incidence  of  thrombopema  with  purpura  in  elderly  patients  on  certain  diuretics, 
primarily  thiazides.  Sore  throat,  fever,  pallor,  purpura  or  |aundice  may  be  early  signs  of 
serious  blood  disorders.  Frequent  CBC  s are  recommended,  therapy  should  be 
discontinued  if  a significantly  reduced  count  of  any  formed  blood  element  is  noted. 

Precautions:  General:  Use  cautiously  in  patients  with 
impaired  renal  or  hepatic  function,  possible  folate 
deficiency,  severe  allergy  or  bronchial  asthma  In 
patients  with  glucose-6-phosphate  dehydrogenase 
deficiency,  hemolysis,  frequently  dose-related,  may 
occur.  During  therapy,  maintain  adequate  fluid  intake  and 
perform  frequent  urinalyses,  with  careful  microscopic 
examination,  and  renal  function  tests,  particularly  where 
there  is  impaired  renal  function  Bactrim  may  prolong 
prothrombin  time  in  those  receiving  warfarin,  reassess 
coagulation  time  when  administering  Bactrim  to  these 
patients. 

Pregnancy:  Teratogenic  Effects:  Pregnancy  Category  C. 
Because  trimethoprim  and  sulfamethoxazole  may  inter- 
fere with  folic  acid  metabolism,  use  during  pregnancy 
only  if  potential  benefits  justify  the  potential  risk  to  the 
fetus. 

Adverse  Reactions:  All  major  reactions  to  sulfonamides 
and  trimethoprim  are  included,  even  if  not  reported  with 
Bactrim  Blood  dyscrasias  Agranulocytosis,  aplastic 
anemia,  megaloblastic  anemia,  thrombopema,  leuko- 
penia, hemolytic  anemia,  purpura,  hypoprothrombinemia 
and  methemoglobinemia  Allergic  reactions  Erythema 
multiforme,  Stevens-Johnson  syndrome,  generalized  skin  eruptions,  epidermal 
necrolysis,  urticaria,  serum  sickness,  pruritus,  exfoliative  dermatitis,  anaphylactoid 
reactions,  periorbital  edema,  coniunctival  and  scleral  miection.  photosensitization, 
arthralgia  and  allergic  myocarditis.  Gastrointestinal  reactions-  Glossitis,  stomatitis, 
nausea,  emesis,  abdominal  pains,  hepatitis,  diarrhea  and  pancreatitis.  CNS  reactions: 
Headache,  peripheral  neuritis,  mental  depression,  convulsions,  ataxia,  hallucinations, 
tinnitus,  vertigo,  insomnia,  apathy,  fatigue,  muscle  weakness  and  nervousness. 
Miscellaneous  reactions  Drug  fever,  chills,  toxic  nephrosis  with  oliguria  and  anuria, 
periarteritis  nodosa  and  L E phenomenon  Due  to  certain  chemical  similarities  to  some 
goitrogens,  diuretics  (acetazolamide,  thiazides)  and  oral  hypoglycemic  agents, 
sulfonamides  have  caused  rare  instances  of  goiter  production,  diuresis  and 
hypoglycemia  in  patients,  cross-sensitivity  with  these  agents  may  exist.  In  rats,  long- 
term therapy  with  sulfonamides  has  produced  thyroid  malignancies. 

Dosage:  Not  recommended  for  infants  less  than  two  months  of  age. 

URINARY  TRACT  INFECTIONS  AND  SHIGELLOSIS  IN  ADULTS  AND  CHILDREN,  AND 
ACUTE  OTITIS  MEDIA  IN  CHILDREN: 

Adults:  Usual  adult  dosage  for  urinary  tract  infections — 1 DS  tablet  (double  strength), 

2 tablets  (single  strength)  or  4 teasp.  (20  ml)  b i d.  for  10-14  days.  Use  identical  daily 
dosage  for  5 days  for  shigellosis 

Children  Recommended  dosage  for  children  with  urinary  tract  infections  or  acute  otitis 
media — 8 mg/kg  trimethoprim  and  40  mg/kg  sulfamethoxazole  per  24  hours,  in  two 
divided  doses  for  10  days.  Use  identical  daily  dosage  for  5 days  for  shigellosis. 

For  patients  with  renal  impairment:  Use  recommended  dosage  regimen  when  creatinine 
clearance  is  above  30  ml/min.  If  creatinine  clearance  is  between  15  and  30  ml/min, 
use  one-half  the  usual  regimen.  Bactrim  is  not  recommended  if  creatinine  clearance  is 
below  15  ml/min 

ACUTE  EXACERBATIONS  OF  CHRONIC  BRONCHITIS  IN  ADULTS: 

Usual  adult  dosage  1 DS  tablet  (double  strength),  2 tablets  (single  strength)  or 
4 teasp.  (20  ml)  b i d.  for  14  days. 

PNEUMOCYSTIS  CARINII  PNEUMONITIS: 

Recommended  dosage:  20  mg/kg  trimethoprim  and  100  mg/kg  sulfamethoxazole  per 
24  hours  in  equal  doses  every  6 hours  for  14  days.  See  complete  product  information 
for  suggested  children's  dosage  table 

Supplied:  Double  Strength  (DS)  tablets,  each  containing  160  mg  trimethoprim  and  800 
mg  sulfamethoxazole,  bottles  of  100,  Tel-E-Dose®  packages  of  100,  Prescription  Paks 
of  20  and  28  Tablets,  each  containing  80  mg  trimethoprim  and  400  mg  sulfamethox- 
azole-bottles of  100  and  500;  Tel-E-Dose®  packages  of  100.  Prescription  Paks  of  40. 
Pediatric  Suspension,  containing  40  mg  trimethoprim  and  200  mg  sulfamethoxazole 
per  teaspoonful  (5  ml);  cherry-flavored — bottles  of  100  ml  and  16  oz  (1  pint). 

Suspension,  containing  40  mg  trimethoprim  and  200  mg  sulfamethoxazole  per 
teaspoonful  (5  ml);  fruit-licorice  flavored — bottles  of  16  oz  (1  pint). 


in  shigellosis 

faster  relief  of 
diarrhea  than  with 
ampicillin2 


nn«nr\  ROCHE  LABORATORIES 
ROCHE  y Division  of  Hoffmann-La  Roche  Inc. 
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Bactrim 

succeeds 

in  recurrent  urinary  tract  infections 


from  site  to  source  BdCtrim  DS 

_ 4 . . ......  , „ 160  mg  trimethoprim  and  800  mg  sulfamethoxazole 

Bactrim  continues  to  demonstrate  high  clinical  effec-  

tiveness  in  recurrent  urinary  tract  infections.  Bactrim  DOUBLE  STRENGTH  TABLETS 
reaches  effective  levels  in  urine,  serum,  and  renal 
tissue1 . . .the  trimethoprim  component  diffuses  into 
vaginal  secretions  in  bactericidal  concentrations’... 
and  in  the  fecal  flora,  Bactrim  effectively  suppresses 
EnterobaCteriaceae1 2 with  little  resulting  emergence 
of  resistant  organisms. 

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anxiety  relief  not  only  becomes  more  pronounced  but  a 
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Side  reactions  more  serious  than  drowsiness,  ataxia  and 
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Indications:  Management  of  anxiety  disorders,  or  short- 
term relief  of  symptoms  of  anxiety.  Anxiety  or  tension 
associated  with  the  stress  of  everyday  life  usually  does 
not  require  treatment  with  an  anxiolytic  Symptomatic 
relief  of  acute  agitation,  tremor,  delirium  tremens  and 
hallucinosis  due  to  acute  alcohol  withdrawal,  ad- 
lunctively  in  skeletal  muscle  spasm  due  to  reflex  spasm 
to  local  pathology,  spasticity  caused  by  upper  motor 
neuron  disorders,  athetosis,  stiff-man  syndrome;  con- 
vulsive disorders  (not  for  sole  therapy) 

The  effectiveness  of  Valium  (diazepam/Roche)  in  long- 
term use.  that  is.  more  than  4 months,  has  not  been 
assessed  by  systematic  clinical  studies.  The  physician 
should  periodically  reassess  the  usefulness  of  the  drug 
for  the  individual  patient 

Contraindicated:  Known  hypersensitivity  to  the  drug. 
Children  under  6 months  of  age  Acute  narrow  angle 
glaucoma;  may  be  used  in  patients  with  open  angle 
glaucoma  who  are  receiving  appropriate  therapy 
Warnings:  Not  of  value  in  psychotic  patients.  Caution 
against  hazardous  occupations  requiring  complete 
mental  alertness  When  used  ad|unctively  In  convulsive 
disorders,  possibility  of  increase  in  frequency  and/or 
severity  of  grand  mal  seizures  may  require  increased 
dosage  of  standard  anticonvulsant  medication;  abrupt 
withdrawal  may  be  associated  with  temporary  increase 
in  frequency  and/or  severity  of  seizures  Advise  against 
simultaneous  ingestion  of  alcohol  and  other  CNS  de- 
pressants Withdrawal  symptoms  similar  to  those  with 
barbiturates  and  alcohol  have  been  observed  with 
abrupt  discontinuation,  usually  limited  to  extended  use 
and  excessivfe  doses.  Infrequently,  milder  withdrawal 
symptoms  have  been  reported  following  abrupt  dis- 
continuation of  benzodiazepines  after  continuous 
use,  generally  at  higher  therapeutic  levels,  for  at  least 
several  months  After  extended  therapy,  gradually  taper 
dosage  Keep  addiction-prone  individuals  under  careful 
surveillance  because  of  their  predisposition  to  habitua- 
tion and  dependence. 

Usage  In  Pregnancy:  Use  of  minor  tran- 
quilizers during  first  trimester  should  almost 
always  be  avoided  because  of  increased  risk 
of  congenital  malformations  as  suggested  in 
several  studies.  Consider  possibility  of  preg- 
nancy when  instituting  therapy;  advise 
patients  to  discuss  therapy  if  they  intend  to 
or  do  become  pregnant. 

Precautions:  If  combined  with  other  psychotropics  or 
anticonvulsants,  consider  carefully  pharmacology  of 
agents  employed;  drugs  such  as  phenothiazmes,  nar- 
cotics. barbiturates.  MAO  inhibitors  and  other  antide- 
pressants may  potentiate  its  action  Usual  precautions 
indicated  in  patients  severely  depressed,  or  with  latent 
depression,  or  with  suicidal  tendencies  Observe 
usual  precautions  in  impaired  renal  or  hepatic  function. 
Limit  dosage  to  smallest  effective  amount  in  elderly 
and  debilitated  to  preclude  ataxia  or  oversedation 
The  clearance  of  Valium  and  certain  other  benzodiaz 
epines  can  be  delayed  in  association  with  Tagamet 
(cimetidine)  administration  The  clinical  significance 
of  this  is  unclear 

Side  Effects:  Drowsiness,  confusion,  diplopia,  hypoten- 
sion, changes  in  libido,  nausea,  fatigue,  depression, 
dysarthria,  jaundice,  skin  rash,  ataxia,  constipation, 
headache,  incontinence,  changes  in  salivation,  slurred 
speech,  tremor,  vertigo,  urinary  retention,  blurred  vision. 
Paradoxical  reactions  such  as  acute  hyperexcited 
states,  anxiety,  hallucinations,  increased  muscle  spas- 
ticity, insomnia,  rage,  sleep  disturbances,  stimulation 
have  been  reported,  should  these  occur,  discontinue 
drug  Isolated  reports  of  neutropenia.  |aundice;  periodic 
blood  counts  and  liver  function  tests  advisable  during 
long-term  therapy 

Dosage:  Individualize  for  maximum  beneficial  effect. 
Adults  Anxiety  disorders,  symptoms  of  anxiety.  2 to  10 
mg  bid  to  q i d ; alcoholism,  10  mg  t i d.  or  q i d.  in 
first  24  hours,  then  5 mg  t i d or  q i d as  needed. 
ad|unctively  in  skeletal  muscle  spasm,  2 to  10  mg  t i d 
or  q.i.d.;  adjunctively  in  convulsive  disorders,  2 to  10  mg 
b i d to  q i d Geriatric  or  debilitated  patients:  2 to  2,/2 
mg.  1 or  2 times  daily  initially,  increasing  as  needed  and 
tolerated  (See  Precautions.)  Children.  1 to  2'/2  mg  t.i.d. 
or  q.i.d.  initially,  increasing  as  needed  and  tolerated  (not 
for  use  under  6 months). 

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Gontents 

WISCONSIN  MEDICAL  JOURNAL,  VOL.  81  (No.  3)  March  1982 


SPECIAL  FEATURES 

8 President’s  page:  Industry  and  medicine  sharing 
concerns,  by  Albert  J Motzel  Jr,  MD,  Waukesha 

10  Editorials:  Community  options.  . .Big  man  on 
campus. . .Ha  du  snus?. . .Dough,  re,  mi 

14  Letters:  Economics  II,  by  Leo  E Suycott,  Mil- 
waukee. . .We  thought  you’d  like  to  know,  by 
Henry  A Anderson,  MD,  Madison.  . .Thanks, 
Doctor  Anderson  [editorial].  . .Clinical  hypnosis, 
by  Harold  P Golan,  DMD  and  William  F Hoffman 
Jr,  Des  Plaines,  Illinois 

16  Commentary  by  a senior  physician:  More  on  the 
role  of  the  nurse,  by  William  B A J Bauer,  MD, 
Ladysmith 

40  Healthcare/Socioeconomics:  SMS  advisory 
committee  on  Medicaid  begins  work.  . .Legis- 
lative update.  . .Dr  Kempthorne  interviewed  on 
medical  audit  committee  report.  . .Automatic 
licensure  proposal  rejected. . .Child  seat  restraint 
bill  gets  boost 

47  AMA  Physician’s  Recognition  Award  Recipients 

64  News  you  can  use:  Physical  therapists  question 
legality  of  employment.  . .Immunization  law 
working  well.  . .PTs  not  licensed  for  needle 
electrode  use. . .High  court  rules  on  lawyers  ad- 
vertising. . .CPI  shows  sizable  increase  in  phy- 
sician charges  for  1981.  . .WisPRO  to  handle 
review  for  Title  19  patients 


SCIENTIFIC  MEDICINE 

ORIGINAL  ARTICLES 

21  Sarcoid  polyradiculoneuropathy  with  myelo- 
graphic  confirmation,  by  Thomas  R Marra,  MD, 
Milwaukee 


25  Long-term,  ambulatory,  continuous  intravenous 
infusion  of  5-fluorouracil  for  the  treatment  of 
metastatic  adenocarcinoma  in  the  liver,  by 
Robert  K Ausman,  MD;  Gerardo  A Caballero,  MD; 
Edward  Quebbeman,  MD;  and  Donald  C Aus- 
man, MD,  Milwaukee 

29  Pneumococcal  disease  in  a Wisconsin  com- 
munity hospital,  by  Thomas  H Dee,  MD  and 
Carol  S Berger,  BS,  Milwaukee 

32  Perinatology:  Management  of  footling  breech 
presentation,  by  Luis  B Curet,  MD,  Madison 

ABSTRACTS/Wisconsin  authors 

24  Regional  results  of  acute  appendicitis  care,  by 
Don  E Detmer,  MD,  etal,  Madison 

28  Fasciotomy:  An  appraisal  of  controversial  is- 
sues, by  David L Rollins,  MD,  etal,  Milwaukee 

28  Constant  intravenous  insulin  infusion  during 
labor  and  delivery  in  diabetes  mellitus,  by  Robert 
H Caplan,  MD,  et  at,  La  Crosse 

31  Septic  endarteritis  due  to  intra-arterial  catheters 
for  cancer  chemotherapy.  I.  Evaluation  of  an 
outbreak.  II.  Risk  factors,  clinical  features  and 
management.  III.  Guidelines  for  prevention,  by 
Dennis  G Maki,  MD,  etal,  Madison 


ORGANIZATIONAL 

7 State  Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin:  List  of  of- 
ficers, directors,  delegates  and  alternate  dele- 
gates to  the  American  Medical  Association 

34  Nominating  Committee  presents  slate  of  candi- 
dates. . .Annual  Meeting  Scientific  Program 
about  completed;  mailing  soon 


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as  well  as  the  final  responsibility  of  the  entire  publication.  The  Editorial  Director  is  responsible  for  Editorials.  In  Editorials,  official  positions 
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Contents/Clinical  Practice.” 


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CONTENTS  continued 


Publication — 
Information 


34  CES  Foundation:  Contributions— December 
1981 

35  Three  district  caucuses  set.  . .Slides  needed  for 
slide-tape  presentation.  . .Address  change.  . . 
SMS  annuity  unit  value  $3.46 

37  Annual  Meeting:  Nominees  for  SMS  offices; 
election  May  14 

48  Obituaries:  Joseph  V Herzog,  MD,  Sun  City, 
Arizona  (Milwaukee);  Sam  Satan,  MD,  Waupaca; 
David  L Williams,  MD,  Madison;  Joseph  F 
Kovacic,  MD,  Naples,  Florida  (Sheboygan); 
William  R Mcinnis,  MD,  Marion  (Clintonville); 
Alfred  N E Merten,  MD,  Milwaukee;  and  Clifford 
M Creswell,  MD,  Kenosha 


DEPARTMENTS 

6 Publication  information 
42  Physician  briefs 
46  News  highlights 

57  Medical  Yellow  Pages:  Physicians  exchange.  . . 
Medical  facilities. . .Real  estate. . .Miscellaneous 
. . .Publications. . .Advertisers 

60  Medical  meetings/CME  courses* 


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THE  STATE  MEDICAL  SOCIETY  OF  WISCONSIN 

Created  by  the  Territorial  Legislature  in  1841.  . .representing  over  5,000  member  physicians  in  Wisconsin,  com- 
prising 55  county  medical  societies  and  23  medical  specialty  sections.  The  purpose  of  the  Society  is  to  “bring  together 
the  physicians  of  the  State  of  Wisconsin  to  advance  the  science  and  art  of  medicine  and  the  better  health  of  the  people 
of  Wisconsin,  and  to  secure  the  enactment  and  enforcement  of  just  medical  laws.”  The  major  activities  of  the  Society 
include  continuing  medical  education,  peer  review,  legislation,  community  health  education,  scientific  affairs,  socio- 
economics, health  planning,  services  for  physicians,  operation  of  a Charitable,  Educational  and  Scientific  Foundation, 
and  publication  of  the  Wisconsin  Medical  Journal. 


OFFICERS  OF  THE  SOCIETY 
PRESIDENT:  Albert  J Motzel  Jr,  MD,  Waukesha 
president-elect:  Gerald  C Kempthorne,  MD, 

Spring  Green 

SECRETARY-GENERAL  manager:  Earl  R Thayer,  Madison 
treasurer  John  J Foley,  MD,  Menomonee  Falls 

BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS 

chairman:  Darold  A Trefjert,  MD,  Fond  du  Lac 

vice  CHAIRMAN:  Timothy  T Flaherty,  MD,  Neenah 

FIRST  DISTRICT:  Kenosha,  Milwaukee,  Ozaukee,  Racine, 

Walworth,  Washington,  Waukesha  counties 

John  P Mullooly,  MD,  Milwaukee 

Jerome  W Fons  Jr,  MD,  Cudahy 

Carl  S Eisenberg,  MD,  Milwaukee 

Wayne  J Boulanger,  MD,  Milwaukee 

Thomas  A Hofbauer,  MD,  Menomonee  Falls 

Wayne  H Konetzki,  MD,  Waukesha 

William  A Nielsen,  MD,  West  Bend 

Irwin  J Bruhn,  MD,  Walworth 

Fredrick  Wood  Jr,  MD,  Kenosha 

William  L Treacy,  MD,  Milwaukee 

SECOND  DISTRICT:  Adams,  Columbia,  Dane,  Dodge, 

Grant,  Green,  Iowa,  Jefferson,  Lafayette,  Marquette, 

Richland,  Rock,  Sauk  counties 

J D Kabler,  MD,  Madison 

Cyril  M Hetsko,  MD,  Madison 

James  J Tydrich,  MD,  Richland  Center 

Alien  O Tuftee,  MD,  Beloit 

William  P Crowley  Jr,  MD,  Madison 

THIRD  DISTRICT:  Buffalo,  Crawford,  Jackson,  Juneau, 
LaCrosse,  Monroe,  Trempealeau,  Vernon  counties 
Pauline  M Jackson,  MD  LaCrosse 

FOURTH  DISTRICT:  Clark,  Florence,  Forest,  Langlade, 
Lincoln,  Marathon,  Oneida,  Portage,  Price,  Taylor, 

Vilas,  Wood  counties 

John  J Kief,  MD,  Rhinelander 

Jung  K Park,  MD,  Wisconsin  Rapids 


FIFTH  DISTRICT:  Calumet,  Fond  du  Lac,  Green  Lake, 
Outagamie,  Waupaca,  Waushara,  Winnebago  counties 
Darold  A Treffert,  MD,  Fond  du  Lac 
Timothy  T Flaherty,  MD,  Neenah 

SIXTH  DISTRICT:  Brown,  Door,  Kewaunee,  Manitowoc, 
Marinette,  Menominee,  Oconto,  Shawano,  Sheboygan 
counties 

Roger  L von  Heimburg,  MD,  Green  Bay 
Irvin  L Schroeder,  MD,  Plymouth 

SEVENTH  DISTRICT:  Barron,  Chippewa,  Dunn,  Eau  Claire, 
Pepin,  Pierce,  Polk,  Rusk,  St  Croix,  Burnett,  Washburn 
counties 

Paul  S Haskins,  MD,  River  Falls 

EIGHTH  DISTRICT:  Ashland,  Bayfield,  Douglas,  Iron, 
Sawyer  counties 

Joseph  M Jauquet,  MD,  Ashland 

President  Motzel;  President-elect  Kempthorne; 
Past  President  Russell  F Lewis,  MD,  Marshfield; 
Speaker  Duane  W Taebel,  MD,  La  Crosse;  and 
Vice  Speaker  Chesley  P Erwin,  MD,  Milwaukee 

DELEGATES  TO  THE  AMERICAN  MEDICAL 
ASSOCIATION 

Henry  F Twelmeyer,  MD,  Wauwatosa 
John  K Scott,  MD.  Madison 
Patricia  J Stuff,  MD,  Bonduel 
DeLore  Williams,  MD,  West  Allis 
Richard  W Edwards,  MD,  Richland  Center 

ALTERNATES  TO  THE  AM  A 

Cornelius  A Natoli,  MD,  LaCrosse 
John  D Riesch,  MD,  Menomonee  Falls 
J D Kabler,  MD,  Madison 
Kenneth  M Viste  Jr,  MD,  Oshkosh 
Walter  J Woloschek,  MD,  Milwaukee 


330  East  Lakeside  Street  (PO  Box  1 1 09),  Madison,  Wisconsin  53701  / Telephone:  (608)  257-6781 


Presidents  Ic^e 


ALBERT  J MOTZEL  JR,  MD 


Industry  and  medicine  sharing  concerns 


I write  this  AS  I return  from  a Conference  in 
Washington  DC,  sponsored  by  the  Machinery 
and  Allied  Products  Institute,  entitled  “Health 
Care  Cost  Containment.”  While  I am  well  aware 
that  I have  already  broached  this  subject  from  a 
number  of  points  of  view,  it  is  probably  impossible 
to  over-stress  the  significance  of  this  meeting.  As 
background,  some  135  high-ranking  executives  of 
the  major  industries  of  this  country  (among  them 
Allen-Bradley,  Aluminum  Company  of  America, 
The  Boeing  Company,  Control  Data  Corp,  Dresser 
Industries  Inc,  The  Ford  Motor  Co,  GTE  Corp, 
and  United  States  Steel  Corp)  spent  a day  and  a half 
listening  to  and  questioning  Richard  Schweiker,  Sec- 
retary of  Health  and  Human  Services;  Senator  Orin 
Hatch,  Chairman  of  the  Senate  Labor  and  Human 
Resources  Committee;  Doctor  Nesbitt,  Past  Presi- 
dent of  the  AMA;  ranking  officials  of  the  Ameri- 
can Hospital  Association;  private  insurance  in- 
dustry; the  Blue  Cross  Association;  several  private 
consulting  firms;  and  three  major  manufacturers 
with  recently  developed,  but  presumably  successful, 
cost-containment  strategies,  John  Deere  and  Co, 
Republic  Steel  Corp,  and  Reliance  Electric  Com- 
pany. 

These  executives  represented  diverse  private  in- 
dustries investing  some  67  billion  dollars  in  health- 
care in  1981.  With  this  Figure  increasing  at  a current 
rate  of  about  15  percent  per  year  and  the  prospect 
of  the  federal  government  shifting  some  formerly 
government-paid  costs  to  them  as  well,  they  are 
very  serious  about  controlling  these  expenses. 

These  executives  are  perceptive  enough  to  realize 
that  much  fault  lies  with  industry.  In  the  past  when 
times  were  good  and  healthcare  less  expensive, 
they  negotiated  away  first-dollar  coverage  and  af- 
fluent benefits.  Some  even  believe  that  in  the  present 
climate  it  may  be  possible  to  regain  some  benefits 
such  as  copayment  or  first-dollar  coverage  for  hos- 
pitalization or  emergency  room  use.  But  make  no 
mistake  they  also  have  serious  concerns  over  fee 
abuse  and  especially  over  the  abuse  of  utilization  of 
hospitals  and  procedures,  as  well  as  the  duplication 
of  expensive  equipment  and  facilities. 

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Some  seem  not  to  perceive  that  the  product  being 
purchased  has  changed  dramatically  over  the  past 
30  years,  and  that  it  is  not  the  procedure  or  treat- 
ment or  diagnostic  study  of  that  era  which  has  es- 
calated out  of  proportion  in  cost.  On  the  other  hand, 
it  is  incumbent  on  the  medical  community  to  demon- 
strate that  the  outcome  in  terms  of  human  values 
(if  not  productivity)  justifies  the  increases  in  cost 
over  and  above  those  attributable  to  inflation  gen- 
erally. 

Only  a few  have  the  vague  but  uncomfortable 
feeling  that  medical  advances  have,  or  may  shortly 
make  possible,  more  desirable  treatments  or  pro- 
cedures for  more  people  than  our  society  is  able,  or 
at  least  willing,  to  pay  for,  even  when  all  waste 
and  abuse  has  been  eliminated.  This  possibility, 
however,  was  considered  by  a few  with  dire  conse- 
quences predicted  in  the  social  structure  if  restric- 
tions in  availability  of  care  was  perceived  to  fall  most 
heavily  on  the  elderly  or  specific  social  groups. 

In  addition  to  the  above  there  are  some  important 
individual  observations  of  which  I believe  you 
should  be  aware: 

• Some  (John  Deere)  felt  that  physician  involve- 
ment was  crucial  and  had  generally  been  pro- 
ductive, cooperative,  and  significantly  con- 
tributory to  the  success  of  their  cost-contain- 
ment efforts. 

• Some  (Republic  Steel)  seemed  hostile  to  phy- 
sician involvement — frequently  an  attitude  at- 
tributable to  poor  experience  or  to  lack  of  con- 
certed effort  to  achieve  such  input  (possibly 
based  on  prior  perceptions  of  the  responsible 
executive).  There  was  even  an  expressed  threat 
to  “hire  our  own  physicians”  and  if  necessary 
“build  our  own  hospital”  if  desired  results 
could  not  be  achieved  by  other  means. 

• There  was  a recognition  of  the  critical  role  of 
industrialists  in  health  planning  and  of  the  role 
of  company  executives  on  hospital  boards. 

• There  was  recognition  of  the  need  of  utilization 
review  and  review  of  UCR  (usual,  customary, 
and  reasonable)  fees  and  hospital  billings — the 

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former  by  physicians  or  if  this  is  unsuccessful, 
by  whomever  will  contract  for  and  carry  out 
the  process  efficiently  (ie,  cost  effectively). 

I believe  the  above  observations  can  be  viewed 
with  alarm,  indignation,  and  defensiveness — I be- 
lieve they  can  be  shrugged  off,  ignored,  and  treated 
as  though  they  couldn’t  influence  our  practices  or 
our  patients — or — I believe  they  can  be  taken 
seriously  for  the  increasingly  important  change  in  at- 
titude they  portray.  I believe  we  have  only  a little 
time  to  recognize  and  respond  to  the  problems  con- 
veyed in  this  meeting.  And  what  is  that  response 
to  be? 

Among  the  objectives  that  we  set  for  this  year  at 
the  House  of  Delegates  meeting  last  March  was  a 
continuation  of  an  objective  of  Doctor  Lewis  be- 
fore— that  of  meeting  with  industrial  executives  in 
Wisconsin  to  air  our  mutual  and  differing  concerns. 
This  process  was  recommended  (and  begun  at  a 
national  level)  by  the  American  Medical  Association 
three  years  ago.  During  the  past  12  months,  some 
contacts  have  been  made  by  officers  and  staff  of  the 
State  Medical  Society.  In  some  areas  dialog  exists 


between  county  societies  and  a few  industries.  These 
efforts  need  to  be  expanded  as  quickly  as  possible. 

It  must  also  be  recognized  that  in  some  areas 
anger,  suspicion,  and  incompatible  personalities 
almost  preclude  successful  discussions  being  initiated 
at  a local  level.  In  these  instances  initial  contact  of 
industry  by  representatives  of  the  State  Medical  So- 
ciety is  invaluable  and  should  be  carried  out  with  the 
knowledge  of  the  local  physicians  and  with  the  goal 
of  including  representation  of  local  societies  at  the 
earliest  possible  time  to  resolve  local  problems. 
Local  problems,  however,  must  not  preclude  dis- 
cussion of  urgent  broader  issues  to  the  detriment  of 
all. 

In  conclusion  we  must,  without  delay,  define  a 
program  that  allows  state  and  local  officers  to  ar- 
range meetings  with  executives  of  industry  with 
agendas  that  demonstrate  our  understanding  of 
their  problems  and  a willingness  to  work  with  them 
toward  a mutually  acceptable  attempt  to  solve 
these  problems  to  the  extent  that  we  can.  The  al- 
ternative is  an  adversarial  relationship  which  can 
only  serve  to  the  mutual  disadvantage  of  the  medi- 
cal profession,  industry,  and  the  public.* 


“DESIGNER  GENES” 

1982  Michigan  Conference 
on  Maternal  & Perinatal  Health 

April  14-15,  1982 

Grand  Center/ Amway  Grand  Plaza 
Grand  Rapids,  MI 


April  14 

Perinatal  Diagnoses 

Michael  Kaback,  MD,  UCLA 

Genetic  Risk  Assessment 
Elizabeth  Thomson,  RN,  U.  of  Iowa 
Evaluating  Fetal  Wastage 
Sherman  Elias,  MD,  Northwestern  U. 
Human  Cytogenetics 
James  Higgins,  MD,  MSU 
Diagnosing  Congenital  Anomalies 
Peter  G rannum,  MD,  Yale 
Diagnosing  Inborn  Errors 
Henry  Nadler,  MD,  WSU 
Diagnosing  the  Dysmorphic  Child 
Murray  Feingold,  MD,  Tufts 

FOR  INFORMATION  CONTACT:  The  Michigan  State 


April  15 

Screening  for  Metabolic  Abnormalities 

Michael  Kaback,  MD,  UCLA 

Serum  Alpha  Fetaprotein  Screening 

James  Haddow,  MD,  Scarborough,  MA 

Teratogens:  Environmental  Hazards 

James  Hanson,  MD,  U.  of  Iowa 

Michigan  Genetic  Disease  Program 

William  Young,  PhD,  Lansing 
Genetic  Clinic  Counseling 
Diane  Baker,  MS,  U.  of  Mich. 

The  Law  and  Genetics 
Margery  Shaw,  MD,  JD,  Houston 
Ethics  in  Genetic  Screening 
Joseph  Fletcher,  STD,  U.  of  Virginia 

Society,  Box  950,  E.  Lansing,  MI  48823  (517)  337-1351 


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Editorials 


WAYNE  J BOULANGER,  MD,  Editorial  Director 


Official  positions  of  the  Society  will  be  expressly  Identified  as  such;  all  others  are  views  of  the  writer 
and  not  necessarily  those  of  the  Society. 


Community  options 

It  is  a well-established  fact  that  nursing  home 
care  accounts  for  at  least  60%  of  the  state’s  Medi- 
caid budget.  The  percentage  is  growing.  Wisconsin’s 
generosity  toward  the  care  of  the  elderly  and  dis- 
abled is  variously  regarded  as  social  blessing  and 
financial  curse. 

The  Governor’s  1981-83  budget  request  quite  ap- 
propriately proposed  several  actions  to  contain  the 
rapidly  escalating  Medicaid  cost.  One  of  them  de- 
serves special  mention — the  Community  Options 
program.  It  is  an  idea  designed  to  provide  the  el- 
derly and  disabled  with  options  to  remain  in  the 
community,  at  home  or  in  group  homes,  or  in  other 
family-type  settings  rather  than  face  permanent  insti- 
tutionalization. 

The  Community  Options  Program  may  or  may 
not  work.  Quite  conceivably  it  may  not  reduce  the 
total  payout  for  the  care  of  the  elderly  and  disabled, 
but  it  certainly  suggests  the  possibility  of  a better 
quality  of  life  for  the  dollar  expended.  With  the 
right  kind  of  cooperation  between  groups  and  or- 
ganizations as  well  as  the  parties  directly  involved, 
patient,  families  and  physicians,  there  is  a good 
chance  that  a more  cost-effective  and  substantially 
more  humane  care  program  will  be  put  in  place. 

Seven  counties — Portage,  Dane,  Racine,  Winne- 
bago, Waupaca,  Rusk  and  Pepin — will  put  this 
program  on  trial  during  the  course  of  this  year. 
The  enthusiasm  of  those  who  have  helped  to  shape 
the  program  to  its  final  form  is  rare  in  government- 
private  effort.  A great  deal  of  the  credit  for  this  de- 
velopment is  due  DHSS  Secretary  Percy  and  the 
staff  he  assigned  to  put  this  program  in  place.  They 
and  many  others  have  acted  with  dedication  and 
perseverance  in  a program  whose  complexities  could 
have  obscured  its  high  ideals  and  hopes.  It  is  a pro- 
gram worth  watching  and  supporting.  — ERT 


Big  man  on  campus 

What  do  you  tell  a young  man  who  asks  whether 
he  should  try  out  for  the  class  play  or  the  choir  as  a 
college  student  who  also  happens  to  be  in  premed? 
Should  he  devote  the  time  to  the  a cappella  choir 
or  to  obtaining  straight  A if  his  course  load  includes 
biochemistry,  physics,  genetics,  and  comparative 
anatomy? 

Sometimes  during  each  undergraduate  student’s 
college  career  he  wishes  to  devote  some  time  to  var- 

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sity  athletics,  band  or  orchestra,  dramatics,  the  de- 
bating team  or  other  extra  curricular  activities. 
But  in  view  of  the  intense  competition  for  placement 
in  medical  school,  the  usual  decision  is  to  forgo 
these  pleasures  for  a grade  point  average  that  can 
withstand  the  competition. 

This  has  led  to  a type  of  person  being  qualified  for 
medical  school  who  oftentimes  has  had  no  ex- 
perience in  areas  other  than  the  narrow  field  of  pre- 
professional education.  In  many  instances  his  ed- 
ucation lacks  the  liberal  arts  content  that  makes  for  a 
well-rounded  person  with  a broad  college  education. 
Seldom  does  a varsity  athlete  in  the  major  sports 
such  as  football,  basketball,  baseball,  or  hockey 
make  the  medical  school  team.  The  class  presidents 
and  leaders  of  student  governments  also  fail  to  have 
a grade  point  average  high  enough  for  medical 
school  acceptance. 

Perhaps  this  indicates  that  a more  dedicated  type 
of  student  selects  medicine  for  his  career,  but  it  also 
may  indicate  that  medicine  does  not  retain  the 
natural  political  and  social  leaders.  Apparently,  the 
big  man  on  campus  is  big  only  in  the  undergraduate 
years.  — RAMc 


Ha  du  snus? 

The  title  of  this  editorial  would  sound  familiar 
to  anyone  raised  in  a Scandinavian  community. 
It  simply  is  a request  for  or  offering  of  snuff.  Re- 
cently there  has  been  increasing  concern  about  the 
use  of  smokeless  tobacco.  This,  of  course,  refers 
to  chewing  tobacco  and  snuff.  In  the  past  this  habit 
was  thought  to  be  confined  largely  to  farmers  and 
professional  baseball  players,  but  recently  it  has 
become  more  popular  in  the  younger  generation  and 
where  smoking  is  prohibited. 

The  degree  of  exposure  depends  on  the  amount 
per  chew  or  per  dip  and  the  length  of  time  it  is 
held  in  the  mouth  as  well  as  the  number  of  times  it 
is  used  in  the  course  of  the  day.  Although  from  the 
information  available  chewing  and  snuffing  are 
undoubtedly  less  dangerous  than  smoking  ciga- 
rettes, there  has  been  some  increase  in  the  frequency 
of  oral  malignancies.  The  common  precursor  is 
leukoplakia  which  tends  to  develop  at  the  site  where 
the  tobacco  is  held.  It  is  usually  reversible,  but  can 
progress  to  hyperkeratosis  and  malignancy. 

Probably  the  most  famous  patient  with  a lesion  of 
this  type  was  President  Cleveland  in  1893.  His  sur- 

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gery  was  performed  on  a yacht  at  sea  under  strict 
secrecy.  The  final  diagnosis  was  verrucous  carci- 
noma of  the  hard  palate  and  maxillary  gingiva.  It 
was  reported  that  lesions  of  that  type  were  found 
predominantly  in  older  men  and  were  associated 
with  a history  of  chewing  tobacco,  the  use  of  snuff 
and  alcohol,  as  well  as  poor  dentition. 

Another  famous  character  entitled  to  an  oral 
malignancy  was  Bloody  Mary  of  South  Pacific  lore. 
Anyone  who  served  in  the  South  Pacific  or  Viet 
Nam  had  the  startling  experience  of  seeing  patients, 
especially  women,  with  coal  black  teeth  and  drool- 
ing blood-red  saliva.  This  resulted  from  the  use  of 
betel  nuts  and  lime  which  apparently  made  the  life 
of  users  slightly  less  miserable.  Extensive  oral  car- 
cinoma from  this  habit  was  all  too  common. 

Since  the  use  of  chewing  and  snuffing  tobacco  has 
become  more  prevalent,  it  is  important  that  routine 
physical  examinations  include  a careful  scrutiny  of 
the  mouth.  — VSF 


Dough,  re,  mi 

There  are  frequent  loud  lamentations  about  the 
“high  cost  of  medical  care.”  Recently  a group  of 
aging  noisemakers  called  the  Rolling  Stones  featur- 
ing Mick  Jagger  reported  anticipated  ticket  sales 
of  $40  million  for  their  concertizing.  With  the  sales 


of  T-shirts  and  other  memorabilia,  the  group  was 
reported  to  gross  $127  million.  Yet  we  hear  no  com- 
plaints about  the  “high  cost  of  music” — or  about 
payments  for  cordons  of  special  police  for  crowd 
and  drug  control  at  these  soirees. 

Similarly  another  popular  “musical”  star  pro- 
vided such  unusual  entertainment  as  biting  off  the 
head  of  a bat  and  maltreating  a goat.  Simultaneously 
he  assaulted  the  eardrums  of  the  patrons  who  paid 
high  prices  for  the  privilege  of  those  shattering 
decibles. 

I guess  it  all  depends  on  one’s  scale  of  values — 
musical  or  medical.  — VSFb 


“WATS”  LINE  FOR  MEMBERS 

As  a service  for  its  members,  the  State 
Medical  Society  of  Wisconsin  has  a 
toll-free  WATS  line  (Wide  Area  Telecom- 
munications Service)  to  provide  member 
physicians  with  quick  and  easy  access  to 
SMS  staff.  The  in-WATS  line  can  be  used 
to  contact  anyone  at  SMS  headquarters 
(330  East  Lakeside  Street,  Madison)  from 
anywhere  within  the  State  of  Wisconsin 
between  the  hours  of  8:00  am  and  4:30 
pm  weekdays.  The  number  to  dial  is: 

1-800-362-9080 


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Letters 

The  Editors  would  like  to  encourage  physicians  to  contribute  to  the  LETTERS  section  where  they  can  ventilate  their  frustrations  as 
well  as  opinions.  This  feature  Is  intended  to  be  lively  and  spirited  as  well  as  informative  and  educational.  As  with  other  material 
which  is  submitted  for  publication,  all  letters  will  be  subject  to  the  usual  editing.  Address  correspondence  to:  The  Editor,  Wisconsin 
Medical  Journal,  Box  1109,  Madison,  Wis  53701. 


Economics  II 

To  the  Editor:  I was  most  interested  in  the  dis- 
cussion on  economic  theory  which  was  so  ar- 
ticulately presented  by  Dr  Raymond  McCormick  in 
a recent  issue  of  the  Wisconsin  Medical  Journal. 

In  his  commentary  Doctor  McCormick  ably 
captured  the  highlights  of  the  recently  announced 
Blue  Cross  & Blue  Shield  United  of  Wisconsin 
“outpatient  surgery  program.”  The  effort  to  en- 
courage physicians  and  their  patients  to  consider  the 
use  of  ambulatory  surgery  as  a substitute  for  more 
costly  inpatient  surgery,  where  medically  appro- 
priate, has  been  adopted  by  Blue  Cross  & Blue  Shield 
Plans  nationwide.  Costs  for  ambulatory,  or  same- 
day  surgery,  can  run  as  much  as  30% -50%  less  than 
inpatient  surgery,  according  to  some  experts. 

One  of  the  areas  which  holds  promise  for  re- 
ducing health  care  costs,  is  to  encourage  subscribers 
to  utilize  existing  health  care  resources  in  the  most 
efficient  manner.  Where  medical  conditions  permit, 
we  think  it  makes  good  sense  for  some  minor  surgi- 
cal procedures  such  as:  certain  hernia  repairs, 
certain  breast  biopsies,  tubal  ligations  and  others, 
to  be  performed  on  an  outpatient  basis. 


We  are  seeking  two  staff  physicians  for 
the  Emergency  Department  at: 

SUPERIOR  MEMORIAL  HOSPITAL 
SUPERIOR,  WISCONSIN 

Physicians  will  receive  an  excellent  guar- 
anteed income,  paid  malpractice  insur- 
ance, and  reimbursement  of  CME  tuition 
and  ACEP  dues.  Flexible  scheduling 
allowing  leisure  time  to  enjoy  the  varied 
nearby  recreation  further  enhances  this 
opportunity. 


For  complete  details  call  or  write: 

Spectrum  Emergency  Care,  Inc 

Attn  Michael  Dixon 
999  Executive  Parkway 
St  Louis,  MO  63141 
1-800-325-3982 


Doctor  McCormick  concludes  in  his  editorial, 
that  any  cost  savings  realized  by  our  program  might 
be  diminished  by  subsequent  increases  in  hospital  per 
diem  rates  which  would  offset  any  losses  in  inpatient 
revenue.  Perhaps  this  may  happen,  but  not  neces- 
sarily. We  are  approaching  the  time  when  increases 
in  hospital  charges  will  probably  be  tied  to  other 
factors  such  as  efficiency  of  operation,  bed  capacity, 
and  other  factors. 

If  the  “outpatient  surgery”  program  proves  to  be 
successful  in  reducing  inpatient  costs  as  we  think  it 
will,  hospitals  might  give  some  added  thought  to 
expanding  their  outpatient  services  or  developing 
some  alternate  uses  of  their  facilities.  The  outpatient 
surgery  program  need  not  be  viewed  as  a negative 
program  at  all  from  the  hospital  standpoint.  It 
simply  represents  judicious  use  of  medical  resources. 

Leo  E Suycott 

President,  Blue  Cross  & Blue  Shield 
United  of  Wisconsin 
401  West  Michigan  Avenue 
Milwaukee,  Wisconsin  53201 


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